Remove the air intake, choke cable, accelerator linkage, fuel line, and eventually the carb itself. If some debris drops down into the intake manifold, don’t worry about it. There’s a perfect little valley at the bottom that catches all the junk. This is also one of the few times use of the open end of a wrench is appropriate, simply because the box end won’t fit. Don’t discard the old carb; one day you might find the time to rebuild it right. When you get as old as your Jeep is now, you may actually want to restore it.