intake runners 320i

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I have 2 extra 320i intake runners is anybody looking for 2 to make a set? 20.00 ea plus shipping Just cut the ribs out and a liitle sanding perfect

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Looks like they also have bosses on the sides with bolt hole openings that can be removed and welded closed or you will have two bolts per runner to close them off.
 

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Looks like they also have bosses on the sides with bolt hole openings that can be removed and welded closed or you will have two bolts per runner to close them off.

Are you sure the holes go all the way through? I wouldn't think so. I have a set. will have to dig them out of the box to see for sure:

 

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i was under the impression that they are just threaded studs that go into the metal without going all the way thru.
 

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Perhaps these are different but the e21 ones I bought for my b35, the holes went all of the way thru. I found out I hadn’t plugged two of them when I first started the motor and I had a massive vacuum leak. Mine didn’t have the webs either.
 

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Yes, on the early 320i's, 2 of the runners had the webs and 2 of them did not, you simply cut the webs out. I would do it but at only 20.00 bucks each, I think at that price, the new owner can cut them out.

Still up for sale 20.00 for each runner plus shipping
 
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