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Old 03-02-2013, 03:25 PM   #31
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delco remy is the division of GM that made the distributor originally. it was used in late 70's early 80's gm cars. popular junk yard swap, get a dizzy from a 6 cyl and change the drive gear. the ones you see for sale are the same aftermarket dizzy with the correct gear.
Here are the pics I said I would upload for the carb 360 degree view let me know what u think it could be
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it looks very simular to the motocraft but I'm not positive, I have had a weber and now a holley. go to google images and enter motorcraft 2150, a bunch of pics come up. also try motorcraft 2100, that might be it.

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Old 03-03-2013, 03:19 PM   #34
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This might be the one it looks just like mine Motorcraft 2100
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it looks very simular to the motocraft but I'm not positive, I have had a weber and now a holley. go to google images and enter motorcraft 2150, a bunch of pics come up. also try motorcraft 2100, that might be it.
Good day to u rob... I was doing a intake swap and as I was cleaning the carb I found the two mixture screws in the front of the carb... I'm going to see about getting the jeep looked at and getting the carb tuned... Unless u wouldn't happen to know how I could go about tuning the carb..... I cleaned and scrubbed a spare intake I had and painted it with ford red engine enamel let me know what u think:
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