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YF Carb confusion

Hey all, I am confused on this YF single BBL Carb. Would a 1970-71 Rambler Holley single BBL Carb set up for my CJ7 258ci? I need a carb and was wondering if they have the same throttle lickage hook-up. I know I might have to modify it a bit. Would the holley be better than the Carter YF??
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yes, a Holly would be better.


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Originally Posted by 81CJ7Renegade
Hey all, I am confused on this YF single BBL Carb. Would a 1970-71 Rambler Holley single BBL Carb set up for my CJ7 258ci? I need a carb and was wondering if they have the same throttle lickage hook-up. I know I might have to modify it a bit. Would the holley be better than the Carter YF??
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yes, a Holly would be better.
It might have a smaller CFM rating removing some top end but it probably would bolt on.


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