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Old May 2nd, 2013, 02:25 AM
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weber carb for 2.4 4cyl

I am looking for a weber carb for a 1986 90. 4 cyl 2.5. (I know it says 2.4 in heading)
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Needs to be double barrel 32/36 i believe.
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Stock or replacement?

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I am looking for a weber carb for a 1986 90. 4 cyl 2.5. (I know it says 2.4 in heading)
The stock carb is an odd size 32/34 DTML.
Search eBay UK and you'll see:
"WEBER 32/34 DMTL CARB ETC7144 LANDROVER 2495cc 90/110"
This is the same carb used on the 2.25 D-90.

If you want to install a 32/36, you'll need a manifold like this:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Land-Rover-H...-/261118200222

Both are subject to having the needle & seat stick and overflowing fuel, so look at getting a viton tipped seat.

If you use the 32/36, you'll need to re-jet as the "out of the box" setup is way too rich.

Also trace the feed line from the tank and your 90 may have a small metal fuel filter housing with a replacement paper element inside. Remove that thing and toss it. Then use an inline unit. If you already have an inline unit, replace it.

Hope this helps.
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Thanks for that. I couldn't remember which one I needed. That is it. I have found one from Craddocks but I need it sooner than later so I wanted to see if I had any hits here first. I don't need new either used is fine but I will take a new one if it is in the US.
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Thanks for that. I couldn't remember which one I needed. That is it. I have found one from Craddocks but I need it sooner than later so I wanted to see if I had any hits here first. I don't need new either used is fine but I will take a new one if it is in the US.
If you want reliability, get a new one with a viton tipped needle in the needle & seat that regulates fuel based on float level.

If you want to struggle with a used one that will always give you problems, I may have one or 10 of those lying around.
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Old May 2nd, 2013, 10:21 AM
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This is for a quick fix. on an engine that won't be in the truck for long. I just need it to move under its own power for a month tops.
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Do you have one lying around?
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I am still looking for this carb. Used is fine.

"WEBER 32/34 DMTL CARB ETC7144 LANDROVER 2495cc 90/110"
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I have a recon Weber I put on a 2.25 85 110 then shortly after put a 200tdi in it.
Will check the model and let you know.
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Thank you.
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OK I am still looking for a Carb state side. Now the bank holiday is over in England I might have to go that route. I figure it is worth one more try to find a cheap used one here in the states. A couple people seem to have them but then they disappear to never be heard from again. If you have a 32/34 double barrel Weber Carb for a 2.5 even if it is in pieces I would love to take it off your hands ASAP.
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