2-bbl Carburetor to 1-bbl Manifold / Weber DGV/DGEV Carburetor to Jeep 1-bbl
Will this adapter fit a 1968 inline 250 (4.1 L) 6. Also what carburetor can be used with this adapter to fit my 1 barrel intake manifold?
Hi, I’m replacing the Carter YF carb on a Ford Inline 6. Is this the correct adapter to install a Holley 2 barrel carb?
Hi I have 78 cj7 with 258 engine which has a 1bbl Carter carburetor and I would like to put a Weber 32/36 dgv on it will this adapter work
I have a 1988 nissan pathfinder 3.0 v6...wanna scrap the fuel injection,will this fit a 3.0 nissan v6 so I can put a carb on?
Do you have an adapter that will work with the 2100/258 1bbl intake on my 73 cj5 jeep? If not do you know who carries them? If you di carry them can I get the part #? Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions!!!
Have a 73 cj5 with a 258/1bbl intake manifold. Ordered a motorcraft 2100 2bbl carburetor for it, will this adapter work with this carb/manifold??
Hi, I got a jeep comanche 2.5L with Carter yfa carburetor. I want to replace by a Rochester 2 jet. Does it fit on Rochester 2 jet carburetor? Thank you regards
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