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Re: Weber 38/38 and 40/40 (archive)

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Posted by RM on March 10, 2000 at 14:05:56:

In Reply to: Weber 38/38 and 40/40 posted by Mike Holbrook on March 10, 2000 at 10:14:01:

I've investigated this a little myself. From what I remember, I didn't find any evidence of a Weber knock-off on 6-cyl. Fords/Mercs like the 4-cyl.'s Motorcraft 5200 (which is similar to the Weber 32/36 DGAV) but I could be wrong. Try going to your local public library and pour over some of the repair manuals for these cars - many of them have a description of the various carburetors fitted. Saves a bit of walking, keeps your fingernails clean...for awhile.

Cheers,
Rian

: Anybody know what cars the Weber 38/38 or 40/40 can be found on. Is it possible to find one of these carbs at the junkyard?

: Thanks,

: Mike Holbrook
: 76 2002 Black and Tan




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