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Weber Carb Rebuild/Tune Shop in NJ

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+1 on DIY--get a gallon can of carb cleaner--the kind with the little basket inside--and a synchronizer (presume you have a pair of DCOEs on your car) and either find a tutorial on-line or on you-tube and have at it.  So long as you don't mix up the jets you'll do fine.  


I did my first carb without benefit of tutorial (it was 1964) or even a shop manual--in my driveway with rags and a spray can of carb cleaner.  And the car ran atfer I was finished!  Haven't been afraid of a carb since--except SUs.  I still don't understand how they work!



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