weber carb problem beaten to death

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I know,I know, I did alot of reading in the past two days on the weber carb stalling out on steep climbs threads from "03" to the present. well havnt really come up with a definitive answer, but does anyone in the past ten years come up with a fix for the weber carb. I was doing some great wheeling this past weekend and got denied on numerous obstacles because of stalling at the top of rocks or hills.... Please help. Rick
 
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Lower the float bowl level as much as you can get away with without starving for fuel on a full throttle pass, and do this.



I don't run a regulator. My truck runs as long as it is not on its lid.
 
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Lower the float bowl level as much as you can get away with without starving for fuel on a full throttle pass, and do this.



I don't run a regulator. My truck runs as long as it is not on its lid.
I am having this same problem, Can you explain what you did?

thanks,
Tom
 
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I checked out that link "how to make a weber climb a hill", my vents look different, I want to make sure I block the right ones, suggestions?
 
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I sealed the two vent holes in the float bowl, I am going to drill a hole in the vent tube that goes left to right and drain any overflow out, thoughts?
 
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You do have you Weber mounted with the fuel inlet at the front, right? It is a front pivot float and on an incline will stop fuel from entering the float bowl unless you have it on backwards. I had a Weber on my 2F, never skipped a beat, and one on my mini, also never flooded or stalled and that was without any modifications at all.
 
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You do have you Weber mounted with the fuel inlet at the front, right? It is a front pivot float and on an incline will stop fuel from entering the float bowl unless you have it on backwards. I had a Weber on my 2F, never skipped a beat, and one on my mini, also never flooded or stalled and that was without any modifications at all.
Yes front right towards the engine.
 
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