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Author Topic: Seller for 2100/2150 Motorcraft Carb conversion  (Read 34273 times)

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Offline craigp29690

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Re: Seller for 2100/2150 Motorcraft Carb conversion
« Reply #15 on: August 01, 2011, 11:22:29 PM »
Thanks Gronk for the short & sweet version of Vacuum plumbing.  The  car has never run better, I'm pleased with the install.  Now I've got to replace the brake master cylinder. 
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Offline GRONK

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Re: Seller for 2100/2150 Motorcraft Carb conversion
« Reply #16 on: August 02, 2011, 11:50:24 AM »
In Jeeps (old and new) I alwayd use MC's and boosters from Jeep YJ's.  They are inespensive, easy to find and simple to install even when they were not the original setup.  Never tried in an Eagle though.

I have MANY more carbs ready to build and ship out.  Spread the word brother. 
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Offline Concordcruiser

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Re: Seller for 2100/2150 Motorcraft Carb conversion
« Reply #17 on: January 30, 2012, 08:59:29 AM »
Hi everybody,

I am living in France and I am back on the forum.  I worked a lot to install a 2100 from a jeep on my Concord 1980. It works well. The carb is a 1.08. But i have a problem: the auto trans does not work properly. The auto trans don't want to change from 1st speed to 2nd speed; i already install the pull down throttle linkage especially for auto trans.
How to set up the throttle linkage ? Can you help me ?
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