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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-16-04, 06:46 AM Thread Starter
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hey does anyone have of or know of where i can get a good condition weber from a MKII eski or a 4cyl cortina. mines stuffed, the 2nd barrel dont work and im having trouble finding one that aint from a wreckers.
i wanted to get some dellortos but my income isnt going to allow me to get them *sob*.

any help is much apreciated.

btw im in adelaide if that helps :s6:

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Have you had your carby looked at to see if it is rebuildable?

You might be better off spending your $$$ rebuilding it instead of buying a second hand one with problems.

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yeah ive thought about that, but it'll cost about 300+ to rebuild and then i have ot spend about another 100 to get the electric choke cause my choke dont work good.

ive never seen a weber in such a bad condition as mine :D
ive contacted quickco but they ran out cause apparently alot of peeps here want them.

maybe i should just check da traing post and keep mah fingers crossed
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yeah ive thought about that, but it'll cost about 300+ to rebuild and then i have ot spend about another 100 to get the electric choke cause my choke dont work good.

ive never seen a weber in such a bad condition as mine :D
ive contacted quickco but they ran out cause apparently alot of peeps here want them.

maybe i should just check da traing post and keep mah fingers crossed
Mate Ebay has them listed (32/36s) nearly every week keep an eye their,another option is the xf weber which works well too.

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cheers bro, oh another thing about quickco is that they told me that they are strating to get away from specialising in escorts cause its getting too hard to get parts from overseas and stuff.

are the xf webers better than the original webers from the eskis?
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