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These carburetor bodies pictured below, came to me through an auction earlier this summer. I had no interest in the carbs that you see, rather some of the other things that were in the box. I am sure that we have all been there, you have to buy a big box of "stuff" in order to get what you want. There were a couple of Farmall tractors and parts that went at this auction, but I am sorry to say that I did not pay too much attention to them, as they were not the main reason I had gone. Anyway, I got these carb bodies and am hopeful that someone could tell me their application:
Now if you have any pre-war automotive carburetors, I can tell you what they fit and what years, but tractor carburetors I don't have a clue. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated, Joe.
Where you are, right now, is of absolutly no use unless you are able to get away from it, FAST!
They are only parts carbs may have fit some of the letter series farmalls but could be for about anything
without more info would be hard to tell
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Scroll down to Zenith. Might help some. Probably not since Zeniths were used by many different manufacturers.
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The carburetor in the back of the picture looks like from a ford 8N just from memory. I had one a few years ago and it resembles what they had. I could be wrong, my memory isn't that great .
Edit: Looking at it again I realized they are all about the same lol. Been a long day........
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I've seen many Continental engines with updraft Zenith carbs.
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