Single barrel carburetor rebuild (1 Viewer)

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Looking to rebuild single barrel carburetor for my 1966 FJ45. Tried calling Mark’s Off-road few times but can’t leave a message for him. There is seems to be something with his phone or he is too busy to take new biz.

Will appreciate any leads!
 

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The early single barrel carbs are actually really easy to rebuild yourself. I rebuilt my SD40 in a weekend. Carb rebuild kits can be found via cruiser outfitters:

However, if you would like a professional to do it,

Jim C. @FJ40Jim can help out.

 
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The early single barrel carbs are actually really easy to rebuild yourself. I rebuilt my SD40 in a weekend. Carb rebuild kits can be found via cruiser outfitters:

However, if you would like a professional to do it,

Jim C. @FJ40Jim can help out.

Thank You! Will take a stab at it. My concern was if need any special tools — a few very small parts.
 

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I also have a copy of a 1966 engine FSM which details the assembly and disassembly of the carb. If you direct message me your email, I can send it your way if you would like.
 
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I don't know if you'll ever get tired of tinkering with the factory one barrel, but if you do (and you are not a purist) then look at ebay #254809447934 if you'd like dual carbs on your 135, or ebay #264979659073 if you'd like modern fuel injection on your 135- - -easy deal.
 
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I don't know if you'll ever get tired of tinkering with the factory one barrel, but if you do (and you are not a purist) then look at ebay #254809447934 if you'd like dual carbs on your 135, or ebay #264979659073 if you'd like modern fuel injection on your 135- - -easy deal.
Thank you! Will take a look. I sort of trying to keep it stock within reasons.
 

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