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  1. Hey all! Getting ready to install our Weber 32-36 carburetor kit in our 1982 Sunrader. Before we begin just want to know if I need to buy any other parts that don't come with the kit, like an ERG block off kit or anything else? Thanks!
  2. Well, I might have to change my username. Because after a year of obsessive searching, I finally purchased a 1977 Chinook pop top!! Actually a friend of mine on the west coast purchased it for me in April, and in about 3 weeks I’m going to go pick it up and drive it 2,400 miles back from California to Georgia. My friend has test driven the vehicle, and the word from him and the guy I bought it from is that the Chinook is in great mechanical shape except for idling way too high. (My friend reported he had to ride the brakes a lot, and that after a couple hours of city driving the engine was on
  3. I have an 82 5 speed Sunrader with the 22R with 60,000 original miles and it will NOT start when its cold unless I spray starter fluid in the carburetor. Here is what I do to start it when its cold... I spray the stuff in both sides of the carburetor (Aisan carb) and quickly pump the accelerator about 5 times and it starts after about 2 tries with the starter fluid. 3 important things... - I can take my foot off the accelerator within 10 to 15 seconds after starting with no sputtering or stalling. - The vehicle runs great once started with lots of power, zero hesitation, surging, or stalling
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