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Re: Weber handbook (archive)

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Posted by Dwight Chew on March 08, 2000 at 01:37:46:

In Reply to: Weber handbook posted by Kevin on March 07, 2000 at 22:57:09:

The Haynes manual is okay but covers all of the various Weber carbs in typical Haynes fashion. A lot of words, few useful pictures.

My personal choice is the HPBooks "Weber Carburetors" by Pat Braden. Lots of pictures and 14 or 15 pages each on the DGAV and DCOE carbs.

If you look on the Korman Autowerks website, you see a listing for a Weber DGAV manual. It is not a DGAV manual, it is Weber's general carburetor setup guide. Absolutely no useful info on the DGAV.

Also check out the '02 House of Worship (or something like that). I believe the site owner has a Weber repair procedure on it. You can find the website thru the '02 Webring.

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