I have rebuilt what I think are 2150's, one was one a Jeep CJ with a 360 and the other was on a Scout II with a 345. The only differance I found between these two carbs and my 2150 was that the 360 had an altitude compensator on the back of it. Other than that and the throttle linkage, all 3 looked identical. I didn't keep track of the jet size, so I don't know if those were differant or not. I know Ford put the 351M and 400 in cars as well and used the 2150 on those engines, not sure what the jet size is but I would say it's the same as the Bronco.
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