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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-16-2000, 09:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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Weber filters

I was wondering where do you Weber guys buy replacement air filters for you carbs. Mine is the type where the filter sits right on top of the carb, and air is sucked in from all the sides. I cant seem to find a replacement for this anywheres. If confused about what i am saying just view attatched photo.

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Re: Weber filters

Try Calmini. They also have a foam filter to wrap around the air filter for more protection.

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Re: Weber filters

Have you tried Weber? Here is their website address and they have all of their filters and prices listed. http://www.webercarburetors.com/

You could also try most VW parts suppliers since Weber and Dell'Orto carburetors are the heart and soul of most VW enthusiasts. Finding a filter for a Weber Progressive carburetor shouldn't be that hard.

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Re: Weber filters

Call Camini - they carry them. There are two sizes (heights) a 30mm and a 50mm -yours looks like the 30 from the picture. Just be sure when you call, or they'll send you the standard 30mm. (mine is a 50mm so I had to return and exchange). Good luck.

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