1987 pup. Best carb for it

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BRobinson392
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1987 pup. Best carb for it

Postby BRobinson392 » Tue Aug 28, 2018 11:24 pm

Looking for carb recommendations

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puttputtinpup
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Re: 1987 pup. Best carb for it

Postby puttputtinpup » Wed Aug 29, 2018 5:51 am

Welcome to the site. We usually reserve this section for new member introductions. We'd love to know more about your truck (gasser, diesel, short bed, automatic or 4speed/5speed), how you came to own it, a few pictures perhaps. We do have a section reserved for the question you have about a carb upgrade. We do have plenty of members who have done a carb upgrade and have a lot of advice to offer, but we'll keep that topic in the proper forum category. Thanks

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JoeIsuzu
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Re: 1987 pup. Best carb for it

Postby JoeIsuzu » Wed Aug 29, 2018 9:17 pm

BRobinson392 wrote:Looking for carb recommendations

So welcome to the site. Now, we'd love to know who we're talking with, and what's the story behind your truck (it doesn't have to be elaborate).

Some of us are lost the second you say "carb", or "spark plug" -- but there are others who know about such nonsense. ;)

Jack