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    Looking for a dooley scoop for a tunnel ram with dual 750's

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    what is your center to center????????

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    9.5"

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    Husqy: I have one, will check center to center tomorrow morning.

    Jim I need a dual Dominator Dooley with 9.5 ctc if you have one.

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    I have one perfect condition for 4150 holleys ran on a blower crossways 8 3/4 c to c not sure what I want for it, just put on a new fiberglass Harwood. Lots of $ after pan and painting to match boat
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    Thanks for the reply Captain P, but unfortunately our carbs are 9.5" center to center.

    Busby, did you have any luck measuring yours?

    Thanks, Ian

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    I have a 10" ctc 4150 scoop $150.00, also have one with the bottom cut to poprivet a plate on bottom to make it for any combination. $125.00 ( BUSBY), i have a 9.5 ctc dominater scoop $200.00
    Last edited by Jim Brock; 03-04-2013 at 06:08 PM.

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    The one with the bottom cut out may work. Do you have a base for it, or is that something I would have to create?

    Where are you located? Any pictures?

    Thanks, Ian

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