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Has anyone reversed their carb on their jeep? I know some of the benifits I think I read a bit about it somewhere but I don't know much on this so any advice or info would be greatly apeciated. I'm off work for a bit so I have time to tinker, (not much tough)

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Chad

84 & 76 CJ-7's Give me a striaght six cummins diesel anyday. [email protected]
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If you have a problem with fuel flow when climbing hills, when you flip it around you'll have problems going down hills. Thats about the only problems I can think of, except for linkage and fuel lines.

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74 cj5,304,t18,2.46 ts d20,30f,44r,soa,MORE buggy front,35's,Rci's,5pt,full cage,air,etc.

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downhill is ok I just like being able to get up them I wonder how the throttle linkages would work?

Chad

84 & 76 CJ-7's Give me a striaght six cummins diesel anyday. [email protected]
I would think a cable throttle would be the answer to the linkage.Just get a longer cable. Go around the engine ot the front. Make a bracket to hold, and add a spring on the other side to return the carb lever.

Dan Stewart 1963 CJ5 "Caloosa Jeepers" member

ya that sounds like the answer, I might give it a try and let you know how it works out and plus sides and problems with it. It wont be for a bit I don't think. Moneys a bit of a problem right now I only have a bit.
Chad

84 & 76 CJ-7's Give me a striaght six cummins diesel anyday. [email protected]
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Have you seen the blue and black Zebra striped CJ10 that won one of the ARCA events last year. He runs a reverse mounted Q-JET.

Ray

ya I read up on him in Jp magizine. That's a crazy rig. I didn't know he ran reverse carb tough.

Chad

84 & 76 CJ-7's Give me a striaght six cummins diesel anyday. [email protected]
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