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Old November 17th, 2013, 02:02 PM   #1
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Default Motorcraft 2100 rebuild

Anyone know a good shop to rebuild/repair a carb not to far from lake Orion ?
It is off a 1978 Cherokee chief.
Replacement may be necessary as I think the screws that hold accelerator pump cover are striped ..

Thanks for any tips you might have

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Maybe will get some response over here
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Old November 18th, 2013, 12:41 PM   #2
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Check out this site, and then see if you really want to pay to have it done. The 21xx is a real easy rebuild.


As for the bolts, borrow a friends tap set, and take them up to the next largest size in metric. It will be so small of a difference that the top holes will still be fine. Remember, there is no fuel above the bowl, so the top screws do not get cranked down.

One last reminder: when you install a carb, you bet the nuts finger tight, and then you tighten each nut a quarter turn at a time going from one side to the one diagonal from it. Take your time. If you crank one down, and then go to another, you will crack the base.
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