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Trying to document the original and aftermarket usage of the Schebler model D carburetor.

Schebler numbered these carburetors, although the number is rarely on the carburetor (exceptions of which I am aware are Hart-Parr and John Deere). I have documentation as high as DX-331.

When seen in print, the number will be in the format DX-nnn; where the D should be read as model D, the X as number, and the nnn would be the actual number of the carburetor.

Thus the 1923 John Deere used a DX-298, which is read as Schebler model D number 298.

I have yet to see a Schebler manual that gives more than token space to the model D. The Schebler Master manual for cars and trucks lists about 11 or 12 model D's. I have found information about a few others in original farm equipment parts books.

I have not listed original applications which I know are correct, but I do not have the number. As an example, Buick used the Schebler model D on most models from 1908 through 1912, but I do not know the number. Other makes of early cars that I know used the Schebler model D are Economy, National, and Sears.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Especially appreciated would be information from factory parts manuals.

In the list below, chapter 4 is tractor, 5 is industrial, 7 is replacement (not original equipment).

Jon.

Make Year Model Carb make Carb number Type Chapter

Universal 1910 Replacement Schebler 10 D 7

Universal 1910 Replacement Schebler 13 D 7

Universal 1910 Replacement Schebler 18 D 7

Universal 1910 Replacement Schebler 24 D 7

Universal 1910 Replacement Schebler 27 D 7

Maxwell 1909 A, AA Schebler 40 D 7

Maxwell 1910 A, AA Schebler 40 D 7

Buick 1910 F Schebler 66 D 7

Buick 1903 F Schebler 66 D 7

Buick 1904 F Schebler 66 D 7

Buick 1905 F Schebler 66 D 7

Buick 1906 F Schebler 66 D 7

Buick 1907 F Schebler 66 D 7

Buick 1909 F Schebler 66 D 7

Buick 1908 F Schebler 66 D 7

I.H.C. 1909 1/2 ton Schebler 71 D 7

I.H.C. 1910 1/2 ton Schebler 71 D 7

I.H.C. 1911 1/2 ton Schebler 71 D 7

I.H.C. 1916 1/2 ton Schebler 71 D 7

I.H.C. 1915 1/2 ton Schebler 71 D 7

I.H.C. 1914 1/2 ton Schebler 71 D 7

I.H.C. 1913 1/2 ton Schebler 71 D 7

I.H.C. 1912 1/2 ton Schebler 71 D 7

Auburn 1911 Schebler 143 D 7

Auburn 1910 Schebler 143 D 7

American Farm 1922 Kinkade Schebler 275 D 4

American Farm 1922 Kinkade Schebler 275 D 4

American Farm 1921 Kinkade Schebler 275 D 4

Universal 1938 Replacement Schebler 291 D 7

Cushman Schebler 294 D 5

John Deere 1923 D (15-27) Schebler 298 D 4

John Deere 1924 D (15-27) Schebler 298 D 4

John Deere 1925 D Schebler 304 D 4

John Deere 1927 D Schebler 304 D 4

John Deere 1926 D Schebler 304 D 4

Friend EPA114 pump Schebler 308 D 5

Hart-Parr 1929 28-50 Schebler 318 D 4

Hart-Parr 1930 28-50 Schebler 318 D 4

Hart-Parr 1927 28-50 Schebler 318 D 4

Oliver 1930 Hart-Parr 28-50 Schebler 318 D 4

Hart-Parr 1926 28-50 Schebler 318 D 4

Hart-Parr 1928 28-50 Schebler 318 D 4

Oliver 1930 Hart-Parr 12-24 (H) Schebler 319 D 4

Hart-Parr 1930 12-24H Schebler 319 D 4

Hart-Parr 1926 12-24G Schebler 319 D 4

Hart-Parr 1928 12-24H Schebler 319 D 4

Hart-Parr 1927 12-24G Schebler 319 D 4

Hart-Parr 1929 12-24H Schebler 319 D 4

Hart-Parr 1927 12-24H Schebler 319 D 4

Hart-Parr 1928 18-36H Schebler 320 D 4

Hart-Parr 1929 18-36H Schebler 320 D 4

Oliver 1930 Hart-Parr 18-36 Schebler 320 D 4

Hart-Parr 1927 18-36H Schebler 320 D 4

Hart-Parr 1926 18-36G Schebler 320 D 4

Hart-Parr 1927 18-36G Schebler 320 D 4

Caterpillar 1938 Schebler 328 D 5

Universal 1938 Replacement Schebler 329 D 7

Universal 1938 Replacement Schebler 330 D 7

Gravely 1938 Schebler 331 D 5

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  • 2 years later...
Guest twoellis

I have a Schebler DX 114. A friend suggests its for a Harley, but I'd sure like to confirm it if anyone can help. Thank you!

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I would seriously doubt it being used by Harley. Schebler did produce a very good reference of carbs they sold for motorcycles. And there was no mention of a model D used by Harley in the motorcycle reference.

 

Of course, since none of my Schebler reference list the DX-114, I cannot be certain.

 

Jon.

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