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Old 09-07-2020, 07:27 PM
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I might have to rent a trailer lol
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Like your choice Dozer. I prefer a single new carb on a cruiser.
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Old 09-08-2020, 06:05 AM
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Like your choice Dozer. I prefer a single new carb on a cruiser.
Yes less chance of problems
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Old 09-08-2020, 07:43 AM
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I think you've made a wise choice.
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I keep my stuff simple and haven't run a Holly since I ran my first edelbrock. But that's just me I guess. Right out of the box, onto the manifold, I've not had one fail to start and run a Chevrolet. Don't know about them off brand cars and trucks!
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Personally, I like the Summit Racing brand carbs. They are a copy of the old Motorcraft Ford Holley, all aluminum, and no gaskets below the fuel level so they donít leak like a Holley will. They take Holley jets and stuff, so parts are easy to find. I have one on the 460 in my motor home and one on my 302 in the Lincoln. Both worked great right out of the box.
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I keep my stuff simple and haven't run a Holly since I ran my first edelbrock. But that's just me I guess. Right out of the box, onto the manifold, I've not had one fail to start and run a Chevrolet. Don't know about them off brand cars and trucks!
Yup Edelbrock 1906 is the one they recommend.

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Personally, I like the Summit Racing brand carbs. They are a copy of the old Motorcraft Ford Holley, all aluminum, and no gaskets below the fuel level so they donít leak like a Holley will. They take Holley jets and stuff, so parts are easy to find. I have one on the 460 in my motor home and one on my 302 in the Lincoln. Both worked great right out of the box.
No Ford carb going on this Dodge.

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Thanks OI, looking forward to it.
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