Crazyfamily Posted February 25, 2019 Share Posted February 25, 2019 (edited) Ok so I don’t have any of the capanion guides or shop manual books for my 1927 Standard Six yet. However I need to remove the carburetor and the heat exchanger tube that houses the throttle butterfly (please for give me but that’s what I’m going to call it since I don’t know the proper term) that houses the carb heater control system..... I AM retaining the Carb heat control weather usable today or not as I am leaving the car as it came from the factory!! does anyone know of a write up or procedure on removing the carb in the easiest manor possible? I am afraid I am going to end up taking more apart than what’s really needed since I am uneducated in this process!! Any advice is greatly appreciated, by next weekend the newly built fuel tank will be lined, Coates inside and out, reinstalled into the car as will the newly rebuilt Stewart Warner Vacuum Fuel Pump! id like to remove the carb and the heat exchanger tube as I call it that houses the throttle butterfly so I can clean and rebuild it, as soon as this is done I am planning on filling all the fluids and HOPEFULLY start the car!! again I greatly appreciate any advice on this process!! William Edited February 25, 2019 by Crazyfamily (see edit history) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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