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Shop in Toronto area

Does anyone know any shop in the Toronto area that can adjust the Zenith dual carbs on a W114?
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here you go kav, Carb rebuilders, 60 Eugene St Toronto, ON M6B 3Z4
(416) 781-8114.
give them a call
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Sweet,
thank you i will give them a call
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try Euromotion on 30th st in Etobicoke, they had a 114 with dual Zeniths not long ago. 416-251-4788- they're a Mercedes specialist garage.
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I would recommend learning how to adjust the carbs yourself with help from the great members of this forum. The vast knowlegde that I gained from here as well as getting access to the carburator sync tool made all the difference. Maybe you can find a shop that is willing to show/teach you how they are doing the adjustments on the carbs.
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Actually, the best way to adjust the Zeniths is to do what I did years ago when I rebuilt my 68 250/8. I removed the Zeniths and installed Webers. I was able to buy a complete kit for it for less than $600.00 back in 1984. The results were well worth it. When I sold the car, the buyer opened the hood, looked at the Webers and said, "I'll take it!" and didn't even test drive it!
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