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Unread 10-20-2013, 12:28 PM   #1
vmann7
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Just moved to Prescott

And we love the area. I just had my 87 YJ shipped from NJ and now I'm working on getting her back into shape after four years of sitting. Most of the things I can take care of but I'm tired of messing with the carb. It always ran rich at sea level and now its even worse. Anyone know of a good carb guy or girl for that matter in the Prescott, PV or Chino area? Thanks

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Unread 10-20-2013, 02:06 PM   #2
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You're at 5K ft in altitude now. That works out to DOWNjetting two sizes from sea level.

This guy works wonders with Holleys:

Central Arizona Auto-Techs
578 Miller Valley Road.
(928) 445-2468

Find Filiberto's Mexican Restaurant on Miller Valley. At the north end of their property is an entrance to a long row of auto related shops. C.A. Auto-Techs is almost all the way to the end.

As I said, this guy is good with Holleys, but that's what I've got and never taken anything else to him.

Dave's Auto Repair
917 Hinman St (Off of Iron Springs)
(928) 445-5711

I've never used him but he ALWAYS seem to have Jeeps (YJs mostly) waiting to be worked on
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Unread 10-20-2013, 03:30 PM   #3
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