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Old 11-28-2017, 11:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Engine: 1.3L
Carb: Weber Serial# 50221 32/36

I have tried contacting lowrangeoffroad to get a part number on this because I dont see it under their fuel system page. No one is answering phones today it seems. One of the adapter plates in the attached picture has a crack in it and is causing the vacuum leak. I need to buy the plate kit with gaskets. Can anyone point me in the right direction for finding this product? Any help is appreciated.
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Please double check this is correct for yours before purchasing

Redline Weber K601 Carbuetor Adapter (99004.333)

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Please double check this is correct for yours before purchasing

Redline Weber K601 Carbuetor Adapter (99004.333)

Thanks for the repy Darrell. I saw this on lowrangeoffroad, but I dont know where they get the K601 carb at. My weber carb says nothing about K601 on it as far as I can tell. And this part isnt listed under the Weber 32/36 accessories. The plates appear to match up though.

UPDATE: So I finally got a hold of justin at lowrangeoffroad. I told him one of the adapter plates has a crack and I need to replace it.

The first product he pointed me to is the (Manifold to Carb Adaptor - 1 Piece (99004.300)-SEU-WMA). Samurai Weber 32/36 Carburetors and Accessories
Justin stated that the product only included one of the plates though. There is not a picture of the plate that is included, so I was hesitant in buying this product if it turns out the cracked plate is the other.

So then I asked him about the Redline Weber K601 Carburetor Adapter (99004.333) that you sent me a link to. Thanks for that by the way. I was thrown off because if references it as Redline Weber K601. I cant find this K601 anywhere on my carb. Justin then says that will work too even though its meant for the K601 carb. lol. I am scratching my head now. I am going to end up ordering the Redline Weber K601 Carburetor Adapter (99004.333) because it looks exactly what I need, but I wish someone could clarify the K601 confusion.

Lowrangeoffroad offers some great parts, but their website search and navigation leaves much to be desired. I am a noobie to the samurai. Is there a better website that has the parts we need without the confusing navigation and part names? I have worked on atvs and dodge trucks for years and have never had so many problems locating the correct parts.
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I've noticed MANY vendors seem to have absolutely no clue what they're actually selling.

The 99004.300 adapter they sell is literally a 1 piece adapter, rather than the asinine 2 plate sandwich that usually ends up on Samurais. So yes, Justin is correct in that it is just 1 plate that they sell. Where they're missing/not explaining well is that it's not the same 2 plate sandwich that virtually everyone else has on their Samurai.

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The two piece adapter is meant to better center the carb over the intake manifold. It supposedly allows better airflow than the one piece, which is offset and with addition of the upper mounted adapter, allows you to retain the stock air cleaner assembly. The two piece adapter plates set the carb too high and the stock parts won't fit under the hood. I've used both versions and on a stock engine, there isn't much difference in performance.
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