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ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor?

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ironandsteel

03-20-2014 17:58:46
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On a 650, how do you transition from the 2" dia. carb intake to the 1 5/8" o.d. curved tube that goes to the air cleaner? I mean, other than duct tape :)

I went to a parts store and I thought you could buy rubber radiator hose adaptors, but apparently not these days.

This tractor previously had a radiator hose kludged on there- now I have the proper metal tube, and need to adapt to the carb, and attach to the air cleaner (that is simpler- both are 1 5/8)

Thanks!
Ironandsteel

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Dean

03-20-2014 20:07:05
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 Re: ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor? in reply to ironandsteel, 03-20-2014 17:58:46  
Sounds like you have the carburetor and/or engine from a late model 8/9** tractor. The later 8/9** 172 CI engines use a larger carburetor than do the early 172 CI and all 134 CI engines.

Install an air filter and inlet tube from a post 1957 172 CI engine.

Dean



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Royse

03-20-2014 19:55:04
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 Re: ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor? in reply to ironandsteel, 03-20-2014 17:58:46  
As was said, they should be the same, but to make it work you
might want to check on a Fernco coupler at your local hardware store.

You might have to cut the pipe back a bit. Link



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ironandsteel

03-20-2014 20:29:53
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 Re: ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor? in reply to Royse, 03-20-2014 19:55:04  
That is exactly what I need- thanks! It appears that my local Home Despot carries these.



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soundguy

03-21-2014 15:49:09
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 Re: ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor? in reply to ironandsteel, 03-20-2014 20:29:53  
all else fails. make a 'bushing' out of a rad tube ove rthe pipe.. that then fits inside the coupler from carb to air tube. clamp tight. .. WILL work.. a bandaid for sure.. but an ok bandaid.



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WayneIA

03-20-2014 19:18:28
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 Re: ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor? in reply to ironandsteel, 03-20-2014 17:58:46  
Not sure of you situation but the tube and the carburetor should be of the same diameter. No adaptor should be needed. By the dimensions given you may have a carburetor from a 861 with an after market manifold that has slotted carburetor mounting holes to except either carburetor



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ironandsteel

03-20-2014 19:26:01
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 Re: ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor? in reply to WayneIA, 03-20-2014 19:18:28  
Well, it is a marvel-schebler carb. The engine is actually from an 800 series Ford- so it is a bit larger CID. Maybe the carb is larger as well.



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WayneIA

03-20-2014 20:13:05
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 Re: ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor? in reply to ironandsteel, 03-20-2014 19:26:01  
The carb from and 800 should fit a 600.I'll bet the engine came from a 801.In either case you are going to have to look up an adaptor , maybe at the plumbing store.



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showcrop

03-20-2014 18:46:07
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 Re: ford 650 carb to curved tube adaptor? in reply to ironandsteel, 03-20-2014 17:58:46  
Check in the plumbing dept for a rubber adapter from 2 inch to one and a half.



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