Working on Installing Weber 32/36 Carburetor 

Purchased a new Carb. Pictured below. Started to remove the old Carburetor. Ran into some issues removing the stock studs. Corrosion and rust didn't budge.

Sprayed some PB Blaster on it and let it sit overnight. Used a hammer to beat on the studs a bit. Bought a small Duralast channel lock to help with the small space. Needed a good tight grip to get them loose.

Not done installing yet. Getting close. Hope to have it done by tomorrow.

Total Cost: $272.15

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