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post #1 of 5 Old 04-06-2013, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
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webe 32/36 float level?

87 yj nuttered weber 32/36


Hey guys,

I just rebuild the carb and need to know what the float level for my rig should be set at. Its dumping way to much fuel Please help

Thanks in advance

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Don't know if it's the same, but a Weber 38 spec is 18mm.

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Adjusted it to those specs. Now it seems I am getting way too much fuel as its filling up the sec barrel and literally squirting out of the carb. assuming the higher the float is set the more fuel it will dump into barrels??
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Adjusted it to those specs. Now it seems I am getting way too much fuel as its filling up the sec barrel and literally squirting out of the carb. assuming the higher the float is set the more fuel it will dump into barrels??
How much fuel pressure u got, does it have a regulator? Webers hate fuel pressure, u may be overpowering the needle and seat! That drawing came strait from a weber service Manual, so I can't believe it would be wrong. I would check the pressure first and be sure there isn't to much!
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