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stonerock73

10-27-2012 06:05:43
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what # carb fits a jd 50 and is it a duplex?? thank you




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PopinJohn

10-27-2012 18:29:47
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 Re: carb in reply to stonerock73, 10-27-2012 06:05:43  
There is a serial number break on early 50"s. First ones used a single barrel DLTX-67 (gas) or -73 (all-fuel), same as a late B.
When the change was made to duplex carbs, the gas one is a DLTX-75, and -86 is for all-fuel, although the all- fuel carb will work okay on a gas tractor with simple modifications.
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PopinJohn

10-27-2012 19:10:25
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 Re: carb in reply to PopinJohn, 10-27-2012 18:29:47  
it appears I miss-spoke about early gas 50's using a single barrel DLTX-67, although I think I've seen them. Also, the Duplex-86 is a gas carb after the s/n break. The dash 83 is the all-fuel duplex, and the dash 75 is the early gas. Unless you're concerned about the correct police, there isn't enough difference in a 75 vs a 86 to make any difference in performance. Even the small throat models on the 520 and 530 use the same jets and fuel nozzles.

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ben70b

10-27-2012 11:42:02
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 Re: carb in reply to stonerock73, 10-27-2012 06:05:43  
i got a carb from rick for my B, it was like brand new. i'd deal with him if i needed another carb for sure



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rickdeere

10-27-2012 07:09:48
216.163.8.240



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 Re: carb in reply to stonerock73, 10-27-2012 06:05:43  
I have a dltx 86 that fits a 50 rebuilt and ready to bolt on Id like to sell email is open



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Mark-Ia

10-27-2012 06:47:37
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 Re: carb in reply to stonerock73, 10-27-2012 06:05:43  
www.robertscarbrepair.com/carbid.asp


To see a complete list of parts available, scroll down to your model tractor then click on the carburetor number that you have



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