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Randy and Easton

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Location
North Richland Hills, Texas
First Name
Randy
Truck Year
1976
Truck Model
C-10 LWB
Engine Size
350
Welcome from DFW Texas! My vote is like those above stick with the carb! Great Truck…. Easton’s had old carter carb when he got it with no choke and he hated those cold mornings. Went to the edelbrock performer with electric choke now he is a happy kid!
 

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Rotten 1

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Location
Tennessee
First Name
Chris
Truck Year
1974
Truck Model
C10
Engine Size
350
Thanks everyone - I guess I'm shopping for a new carb.
 

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peats

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Pennsylvania
First Name
john
Truck Year
72k5, 81c10 short step, 83k10 short fleet, 03 SSR. 25 chevy doodlebug
Truck Model
k5 c10 k10 SSR doodlebug
Engine Size
406 360 6.2 5.3 171
Save your money, fix or replace the carb.
 

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