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1973 Dodge 360 Carburetor
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I  am needing to either rebuild or replace the carburetor in my 1973 Dodge 360.  Any thoughts on which is the best option.  If replace which carburetor do you recommend?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Norman Osbourne Dec 1, 2017.

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My wife and I thought you might like to see an article that will appear in our June issue.  She ran across these photos and couldn't resist.  The article is available at…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Tina May 29, 2017.

 

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Norman Osbourne replied to Jim Allen's discussion 1973 Dodge 360 Carburetor
"I have gotten 3 rebuilt carbs from this place and they carry a life time warranty. No core charge. fast service. Its called Guaranteed Carburetors.   www.guaranteedcarburetors.com. Easy site to follow.."
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"Thanks to everyone who offered insight. Makes my process easier."
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Daniel Long replied to Jim Allen's discussion 1973 Dodge 360 Carburetor
"Just replace it because it's likely a Rochester Quadrabo if it's a 4 bbl and a Carter if its a 2 bbl. . I put a Holley on my 78 360 and it worked great."
Nov 30, 2017
richard nance replied to Jim Allen's discussion 1973 Dodge 360 Carburetor
"another problem is if you have an automatic trans you may have to modify the kick down linkage."
Nov 30, 2017
Rich Thomas replied to Jim Allen's discussion 1973 Dodge 360 Carburetor
"Hi Jim, This is going to be one of those damned if you do damned if you don't kind of answers. By the way welcome to GORV's, I get E -Mail alerts from Jig's .com out of  Dayton / Columbus, Ohio. They have a good reputation for…"
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Lakota Wolf replied to Jim Allen's discussion 1973 Dodge 360 Carburetor
"In a few discussions on here,, it has leaned more to replacement,,,  Edelbrock seems to be the one most folks are installing and using..."
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1973 Dodge 360 Carburetor

I  am needing to either rebuild or replace the carburetor in my 1973 Dodge 360.  Any thoughts on which is the best option.  If replace which carburetor do you recommend?See More
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My wife and I thought you might like to see an article that will appear in our June issue.  She ran across these photos and couldn't resist.  The article is available at http://www.westernoutdoortimes.com/story/2017/06/01/rving/now-these-were-outdoor-times/3240.html.  It has some great pictures of some of the first RV's  We are currently driving a 1973 Dodge Balboa.See More
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