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bryanmcgill
    
where is the best place to have my edelbrock carberator rebuilt
 
posted: August 22, 2010
 
    
 
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23dodges10
    
I would check locally and see if a shop will name a few satisfied customers. Or from what I hear the edelbrocks have a whole lot less parts in them to plug up or dry out. The new carbs come with a step by step video that shows a lot of information for the did it myselfer.
posted:  August 23, 2010
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overthehill
    
have you checked parts stores - if you buy a rebuilt from most places it will carry a one year warranty - try Auto Zone or Advance
posted:  November 7, 2010
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