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Old 08-24-2018, 04:32 AM
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Question 1970 kaiser wagoneer

Hello wrangler forum, i have just recently purchased a 1970 350 v8 wagoneer ALL ORIGINAL(shes a beauty rebuilt 5000 miles ago) , Was wondering if anybody had any suggestions on a replacement carb that wouldnt drink so much gas, any specific brand brake lines i should run, advice on installing a new stereo without cutting into the dash and installing a new neutral safety switch (ive bypassed the original one already) and any type of engine mods i could do at home. also if i could get some advice on finding that sweet spot when adjusting the air fuel on the carb thatd ne cool too!

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Because this is the newbie check-in area, you may not get the answers you are looking for. I suggest you check out this forum area and post your questions there, I think you'll get a better response. I think the folks with the CJs might be able to help on some of that.


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Welcome! I donít know any of those answers but Iím sure youíll find help here!


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Hello wrangler forum, i have just recently purchased a 1970 350 v8 wagoneer ALL ORIGINAL(shes a beauty rebuilt 5000 miles ago) , Was wondering if anybody had any suggestions on a replacement carb that wouldnt drink so much gas, any specific brand brake lines i should run, advice on installing a new stereo without cutting into the dash and installing a new neutral safety switch (ive bypassed the original one already) and any type of engine mods i could do at home. also if i could get some advice on finding that sweet spot when adjusting the air fuel on the carb thatd ne cool too!

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Welcome aboard.
I sold my '70 Wagoneer just last summer.
Had the same setup for 15 years.
Too hard to find parts anymore to keep as my daily driver.
I used an Edelbrock Off Road Performer on mine and loved it.
The only other part that was changed was an upgrade to a HEI distributor.

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