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Old 01-08-2018, 09:42 PM
mercifiknow
 
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1970 W114 Weber 32/36 Carb Fuel Leak

One of my carbs has developed a fuel leak (actually a drip). It is located underneath the accelerator diaphragm. Is this normal for this carb? It has never done anything like this before and has me curious as to why its happening now. It has been stored recently outside in a storage facility underneath a car cover and has gotten very cold here. Could that be the cause? Would you drive it home to work on it or have it towed to the house to work on it? Catching on fire being the main concern obviously

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