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    Vacuum strip down

    I put in a weber carb 32/36 last week on my 87 ram 50 2.0 and Im removing the extra vacuum lines. What lines need to stay other than the vacuum advance, brake booster, and pcv valve i dont have ac at this time? also what is the purpose of the to tank line on the vacuum canister it is currently disconnected?

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    the line to the charcoal canister is just a vent. As long as you have the electric fuel pump @ 3 psi you are good to go. You covered the basics.
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    Can you post a picture of the vacuum lines? I don't know what each one goes too and I tried to label them as best as I could, but it is still intimidating.

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    Well I don't have a picture. But the only ones you need to worry about is the PCV line. About a 1/4 inch line. It goes from the manifold to the top of the valve cover. Then the breather line goes from the air cleaner to the valve cover. about a 1/2 inch line. The brake booster to manifold. And the distributor to the one line on the carb. That's it. Everything else can go by by.
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