So I got Willie flat towed up to the mountain cabin. He was stumbling on acceleration back in Texas, especially when under slight load. Once here, he started right up but was still stumbling going up hills, etc., so I pulled the carb and found a fair amount of garbage at the bottom of the bowl. Found more crap as I pulled it apart and use carb cleaner to flush out all passages. When I had the motor out, I did replaced all the fuel lines, etc., with Walcks pieces. There was no place for a fuel filter. The PO had cut the line under the fuel tank and spliced in a filter there. I didn't like that spot since it as under the tub and subject to possible snagging on stuff. After finding the crap in the carb, I did add the small conical screen filter that is included the extra hardware rebuild kit from Mikes's carburetor that goes under the fuel needle seat. That should help, but if stuff builds up there, that would be a pain to take top off to clean. So my question is, have y'all added, and if so, where, an inline filter? I'm surprised the factory didn't have one back in the day. I recall the Pontiac Rochester Quadrajets of my youth had the brass filters right at the inlet to the carb. I asked Mike and his suggestion was cut the line going to the carb and install there. I was thinking about putting it between the hard line and the that vibration line on the fuel pump.