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Vacuum lines for a 4a-c 1983-1986 SR5

The engine has recently rebuilt. it carburated btw, the vacuum line was never hooked back up after the rebuild. if u have advice feel free to email me at sr20det_drift_king@yahoo.com

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You can get a carb./vacuumhose-setup printout at Toyota dealers...;)

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