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    1983 weber

    Hey guys im looking at buying a weber carb for my 83 ram 50 2.0L and i just want to double check with you guys if its the correct carb for my application... want to double check before i buy it... thanks

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    uhhh that is very expensive. I paid maybe $225 for mine and it looks the same, but I see prices have gone up some. There are 2 aluminum threaded plugs and one will replace the tubing that is removed from the exhaust manifold. They are useless and will wiggle loose every time. You may want to pick up an old junk yard tube with the bolt on it and cut tube short and bend over the cut end to create an air tight adapter. Place this into the exhaust hole instead of those plugs supplied.
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    I'm not sure if the 38 is the one you want also. Unless you have other modifications done to your motor. I think most of us purchased the K610 progressive 32/36 with an electric choke. Made in Spain.

    Kit #K 610
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/K610-DODGE-D...204#vi-content
    US $239.95

    http://www.racetep.com/cheapweber.html
    This site says they will beat any price.

    Be sure it is made in Spain, there are some copycat weber carbs out that are junk.

    I used this one for a 86 2.0L Mits

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    http://genuineweber.blogspot.com/ this how you tell the diffrence.. i had bought the "fake" weber and it is junk

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    Oh phooey... Maybe this explains why my truck has been running pig rich.

    I bought from Weber Carbs Direct and had no idea their Genuine Weber Carbs were fakes. Fooled me.

    Buy cheap, buy twice!

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