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A first generation Spyder

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Here is a Spyder that arrived in the mail today. The small chocker screw that goes into the side of the body between the upper and lower tube is what makes it special. This screw cuts off air to the upper air passage.

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  1. I have one of these in black and the little piece on the side thats held on with two screws is cracked nearly in half. Do you know of a replacement for it?

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