Cub Carb, # 251234R93, same as 94?

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Cub Carb, # 251234R93, same as 94?

Postby Roadmaster71 » Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:45 pm

I am looking to order a carburetor rebuild kit. I have an IH carburetor on my 1948 Cub.
The part number stamped on the throttle body is 251234R93.

All the kits I have found say they work for several part numbers including 251234R94 . I find no mention of the ..R93 variant, mine.
Will these kits work on my carburetor? Are these two numbers interchangeable?

Thanks!

NOTE: My unit does have the 'IH' emblem on the float bowl as mentioned in the Steiner catalog.
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Re: Cub Carb, # 251234R93, same as 94?

Postby Bus Driver » Tue Apr 29, 2014 5:14 pm

The kit almost certainly will work. I stand to be corrected, but the numbers after the R indicate revisions. Thus 94 is the next revision after 93. Should not affect the carburetor kit.
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Re: Cub Carb, # 251234R93, same as 94?

Postby Bob McCarty » Tue Apr 29, 2014 6:12 pm

Unless you're sure that you need more than just the body gasket, manifold gasket and idle tube, I'd just order those individual parts from McDonald Carb.

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Re: Cub Carb, # 251234R93, same as 94?

Postby Barnyard » Tue Apr 29, 2014 6:15 pm

I agree with Bob, you will never use half the stuff that comes in a kit.
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