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Old 09-22-2019, 12:35 AM
Abedoya Abedoya is offline
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1985 Grand Wagoner Carburetor

Just picked up a 85 GW
and the carburator is broken (literally broken)
what other carbs can i use on such?
other than stock?
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Old 09-22-2019, 07:23 PM
MrN2OBelvedere MrN2OBelvedere is offline
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Get an Edelbrock performer intake and an avs2 carb.
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Old 09-23-2019, 02:55 PM
joe joe is offline
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What's your budget and intended goal?
On your stock manifold the MC 2100 will bolt up but the later stock MC2150 (yours) with the alt compensator is a better/more user friendly carb. Easy to tune and cheap/easy to rebuild. Holley I'm sure has some 2v options. I think member here "Babywag" has a 500cc 2v Holley for sale in the classifieds. A used MC2150 should be easy/cheap($25-$50) to find here. You can rebuild it for another $40-$50. The 2150 is a very good user friendly easy maint carb for all around drivability for the stock 360. Yeah I'm a fan of cheap/easy that works well.
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Old 10-03-2019, 08:26 AM
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I agree. Another AMC Jeep 2150 is a cheap, easy and effective replacement.
Of course a bit depends what is broken and what caused the damage.
'85 Grand Wagoneer
360 727auto, NP229
body by beer (PO)
carries wood inside
no "wood" outside
My other car is a fish
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Old 10-12-2019, 10:28 AM
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Location: Upper East Tennessee
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I have used two carburetor shops in the Jacksonville, FL area with very good results, both rebuilding the Motorcraft 2V and 4V. National Carburetor and All-American Carburetor. Both are on-line and do mail order. Never had a complaint with either Motorcraft carb, or Holley for that matter. Seen a few Edelbrocks who don't like off-road angles.
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