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    carburetor prblems:(

    Hey everyone another new guy,I've had several ram 50 trucks over the years,starting out in 82 .My problem my 2.6 87 truck carb is crap.I can buy a rebuilt off e-bay for 200 plus 100 for core, or i see a weber conversion for 259. Has anyone done the weber conversion? If so do they eliminate all the wires and vacuum lines and still get good mileage? Thanks for any help,great to have found this site!!!

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    Welcome to the site. If you miss more then a couple of days here then you will find things just get lost. We get quite a bit of activity on here. This should help you. http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...ighlight=weber You can also use the search at the top of the page and look in the archive we have. There is over 10,000 posts in there.
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    thanks i appreciate the help

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    Just keep us updated on what you are doing on your truck. There are others that are fallowing what you do.
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