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    Default 1995 5.7L carb ID

    Anyone got any idea what carb this is? I think it is a weber but not sure.
    Also need to know where to get a rebuild kit for it and PN of kit.

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    Thanks in advance,

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    Should be able to get a kit from Summit for all of the Edelbrock 4-barrel carbs. I just got kits for my dual-quad AFB/Edelbrocks (same carb) and the kit was one part number for all 4-bbls of that design.
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    That is the Weber. The part number for the overhaul kit from Mercruiser is 809065. I normally have them in stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDMarine View Post
    That is the Weber. The part number for the overhaul kit from Mercruiser is 809065. I normally have them in stock.
    Thanks BD.
    I had ordered a kit from Summit this morning, next round of parts I'll give you a call.
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