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  1. Sorry it took so long for me to reply. I don't think to check my messages very often. I'm not sure obout converting a weber to a 2.5. Most of my coments are geared towards the 4.0 and 4.2 six cylinder engines as i've never been around the 2.5 much. Sorry that i can't help much. Only other thing i can think of is to find out if that engine was used in any older vehicles with carburators. I believe the 2.5 is a GM engine. Good luck.
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    i seen a comment you posted about weber having a replacement carb for an 89. mine is the 2.5 litre 89 and the only weber carb ive found is for an 89 cherokee 2.5. im looking to replace junk throttle body with the carb i found for the cheokee. do you know anything about this? i figured id ask because of your comment.
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About steady.foot

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About steady.foot
Biography:
old fart that just got into offroading and jeeps a few years ago. Wish i had started earlier in life
Location:
central maine
Interests:
rebuilding old jeeps, offroading, grandchildren, gardening
Occupation:
heavy equipment operator.
Real Name:
sam
Your Jeep

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Model of Jeep:
YJ Wrangler
Year:
1988
Lift:
6"
Engine:
4.0
Transmission:
AX 15
Tire Size:
35" MT/Rs
Front Axle Upgrades:
Ford 8.8
Winch:
Smittybuilt
Other Mods:
CJ nose, GM HEI distributor, Weber carburator, On board air, Mega short slip yoke eliminator, rear-e

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