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Dodge 4 Stewart carby throttle body question

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I recently bought a job lot of Stewart carby bits and pieces for the Dodgy 4, (mostly cast floatbowl top, but a few with the pressed top), and in the bits is a cast iron throttle body that is straight <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />, not bent at 90 degrees as is all the ones I have seen. Is this an early version, or one off a specialised aplication, or off something other than a Dodge/Graham product. It fits neatly onto the brass section of the carby body and seems to be the same mounting size for everything, just straight. I havn't seen these "Stewart' carbs on anything else and it has me a little puzzled.

Any Ideas ?

Graham <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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Graham - it could be from a "fast four", but many other makes used the Stewart carburetor. Some of them are:

Chrysler, Colonial, Essex, F.R.P., Hollier, Hudson, Hupmobile, Kline, Lozier, Maxwell, Paige, Pilgrim, and Regal.

Additionally, they were used on a number of tractors; and possibly some marine and stationary engines.

There are at least 10 different versions used by Dodge.


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