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Can anyone idenify this carb Carburater?


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There are no markings on it except for Made in U.S.A. and a patent number. In is on a chevy 6cyl 1930. Trying to post pic.

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It looks like a Rayfield. If so, will have an oval ident in the end of the bowl, where the "original manufacturer" name was placed using a water decal. Have seen decals of Wizard, Johnson, and Marvel Schebler.

It was sold mail order to those customers too frugal to purchase a rebuilding kit for the original carb.

Jon.

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The little girl says "Never start an updraft engine without the air cleaner..... er, flame arrestor, in place."

firestarter.jpg I glanced at the picture and my first thought was fire starter.

Bernie- always keep the air cleaner on it.

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Guest Doc Harley

Thanks so much everybody. I'm new to this computer stuff & not very good at it. carbking..... I figured it was maybe bought from Mongumary Ward or Sears Or J C Whintey but had no ideal what the name was . THANKS . Now I'm gonna need gaskets..... I'm lost again. Thanks you all that also replyed for gas tank. Nice to know that stuff is out there.

Thanks Doc Harley

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As far as gaskets for this unit are concerned, you probably will have to make your own.

It was sold as a "throw-away", with no service parts available.

We don't make a kit for it, and if there are any other manufacturers today making parts for it, I am unaware of them.

Jon.

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