The carb most people use is the 32/36 DGEV. It is not quite bolt-on, though; you'll need adaptor plates that go between the manifold and the carb, for starters, and the carb has to be jetted for the 2.6l engine.

The easiest thing to do is buy the Redline K610 conversion kit, which comes with the carb pre-jetted and all the parts to do a proper conversion on a Montero.

Once installed, you can delete ALL of the vacuum lines EXCEPT the one from the carb to the distributor (vacuum advance). All of the vacuum ports on the intake manifold will need to be capped off as well.

Last edited by GrantCee; 03/23/19 06:32 PM.

1987 Montero SWB, 2.6L, 5spd
Weber conversion
2-valve head from Engine Machine Service
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