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    weber carb

    Where have you guys got your webers from I don't want to make the mistake of buying a fake I have a 1988 2.0 g63b

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    http://www.piercemanifolds.com
    www.redlineweber.com.

    This is where I bought mine .It's through pierce manifolds eBay id . You might want to call them direct and get the hanging throttle linkage bracket apose to the boomerang bracket that comes with the kit generally.
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    purchased mine on ebay, and like the other guy stated I would definatley get a bracket , I had to cut the one supplied up and make it work , other then that it was smooth as silk and a great carb. until I found out my intake was busted and cracked

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    Or you can take and cut / grind off the stock cable connector from the old carb. Then with some care you can place it on the new carb in the correct place so you can get WOT with out bending the linkage. Then you don't need to cut the cable end off.
    I will see if I can get Mopar JA to send me a picture of it. That's if he still has the carb.
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    Well still haven't got around to buyingthe Weber can't seem to save the money but does it matter if I have a automatic

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    Could you post the picture of the method?

    Quote Originally Posted by camoit View Post
    Or you can take and cut / grind off the stock cable connector from the old carb. Then with some care you can place it on the new carb in the correct place so you can get WOT with out bending the linkage. Then you don't need to cut the cable end off.
    I will see if I can get Mopar JA to send me a picture of it. That's if he still has the carb.

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