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post #31 of 31 Old 07-20-2013, 06:38 AM
wwhitby
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It is on the small side but many members report good results with improved mileage and for many that is very important to keep the CJ as a viable DD.
FWIW, i've been running a Weber 32/36 for the past 15 years and its been fine for the type of driving I do in my Jeep. I did get improved gas mileage, and even more so when I added a fuel pressure regulator.


Warren Whitby
1979 CJ-5 "Big Blue"
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