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Need help to identify Weber Carb


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6 hours ago, sotnaso said:

Is the air cleaner support the one that is fastened by the four allen  screws?


Yes, it theoretically permits the factory air cleaner housing to fit onto the aftermarket Weber, but....it's often too high and dents your hood!  There are long -- good -- threads on adapting the factory air cleaner housing to Weber carbs, without denting your hood.






EDIT:  Oh, I see, the reference is not to the air cleaner housing adapter (four Allen screws) but to the outriggers that originally supported the housing!  Sorry if I made this more confusing.

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1976 2002 Polaris, 2742541 (original owner)

1973 2002tii Inka, 2762757 (not-the-original owner)

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You have got a 32/36 DGAV (Water Choke)

12 hours ago, Roundeie said:

And take off the air cleaner support.


Save your Weber adapter, original air cleaner housing and support brackets. Combination of Weber carburetor 32/36 with original air cleaner housings that is tied to Air Regulator Housing is great set up for std. car.

76 2002 Sienabraun

2015 BMW f10

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I have the exact same carb/setup on my '73 stock '02. No problems with rubbing on the hood. As you can see from attached pic, there is a small rubbing on the hood liner when I inadvertently didn't push the air cleaner housing down fully on the rubber adapter. But no actual contact/denting of hood when installed correctly.


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