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40 and 45 DCOE Webers for sale on Ebay

My carbs. Thought I would share the links.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/202702287272?ul_noapp=true

https://www.ebay.com/itm/202702290112?ul_noapp=true

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Do they require a rebuild?
Are they set up for a 73 Alfa spider?


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Do they require a rebuild?
Are they set up for a 73 Alfa spider?


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I would go through and clean them out and check the float levels etc. They're pretty close for a Spider. Emulsion tubes and chokes would be fine. Main, air correctors and isle jets would have to be changed. Normal stuff.

Pierce Manifolds in Gilroy, Ca. has whatever you would need.

Have you ever dealt with Webers before?

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I would go through and clean them out and check the float levels etc. They're pretty close for a Spider. Emulsion tubes and chokes would be fine. Main, air correctors and isle jets would have to be changed. Normal stuff.



Pierce Manifolds in Gilroy, Ca. has whatever you would need.



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Nah, I wouldn’t feel comfortable fiddling with them myself. But thanks for all the info!
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Nah, I wouldn’t feel comfortable fiddling with them myself. But thanks for all the info!
You bet. best to find a "set" off an Alfa with the linkage etc.

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