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Mogul 10-20 fuel mixer question

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01-09-2014 18:31:28

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I'm freshening up a 10-20 Mogul ser BC4044 for a friend and the fuel mixer, or carburetor setup is different from the setup in the operator's manual he brought me. The water injection is different too. The pic is of the one I'm working on and I'm just curious if this is an early or a later version, if any of you guys or gals might know. In this pic the carburetor/kerosene mixer is on the right with it's own adjusting wheel and the brass piece on the left with an adjusting wheel is the water injection. The gasoline mixer is the third brass piece with an adjusting wheel above the water injector/carburetor.
I found a pic of a restored 10-20 on the net and it had the same fuel setup as the one in the operator's manual. With that setup, both the gasoline and kerosene went through the carburetor/mixer on the right, with a separate fuel line for each fuel going to the carb. There is no separate gasoline mixer up above. The water injection looks identical to the fuel carb/mixer only it's on the left side of the intake tube where the water injection gizmo is on this tractor.
A serial number rough search gives me the idea this is a mid-1917 model. The 10-20 was made from 1916-1919. So if any of you are familiar with 10-20's and can tell me if this is an early or later edition of this model, I'd appreciate it. thanks, Jim

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