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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-15-2002, 12:06 AM Thread Starter
 
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What year M2100

Like most Jeerers I want to change out my BB Carter, In the past I had put a Weber on the 88YJ I use to have, but I was not all that happy with the Weber, and the price. So I thinking of getting a Ford M2100. What need to know is what year and model Ford to look for? Also I used to hear a lot about guys useing Rochester 2bl from the 283 Chevs, which one the M2100 or the Rochester, would be the best to use on my 83CJ, witch I use 90% as a daily driver? Thanks.
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I like the 2100 cause it is just such a simple carb. Very easy to rebuild. Which 2100 to use. Some guys say to use one off of a 80 cj with a v8 and it should have a 108 stamped on it. The last 2100 swap i did at work, we used either a 2100 from a bronco II with the V6 or a 2100 off of a mustang or falcon with a 289. I never did look at the stamping. The rochester carb is a good carb too, also i have a 80 cj carter on my bro in laws CJ it works pretty darn good. But he did have it on long before his tub swap project took over.
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Thanks pontiac58, that gives me some models to look for.
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Mine came from a 82 f-100 with a small v-6.

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After a TON of phonecalls to various auto parts stores I found the cheapest remanufactured carb was from a 72 ford E-100 with a V8. Dont ask me why....

I eventually went with a junkyard version out of a late 70's E-100 van
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I've got the carb you are looking for at my house. It has the 1.08 stampped on the side. It is a newly reman (I think the tag says 7/00). It is used, but I have never run it and I have owned it for over a year. If it wasn't for the grease mark of the air cleaner gasket, I'd swear it had never been used. I got it to put on my CJ, but I have gone to FI instead. Send me an e-mail and make me an offer if you want it. I'll be gone till monday, so I may not get back to you right away.
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1977CJ7,

I'd double check that one if you ever order it. I ordered one using the same description and it showed up being a 1.21 instead of a 1.08.

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That's odd. I had my hands on it at AutoZone and the one with that exact description remanufactured by tomco had 1.08. I guess its all the same to the remanufacturer?!? Go figure.
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