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Marvel Schebler TSX 695 carb.

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Ernie Polley

10-21-2007 20:38:35

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Does anyone out there have an exploded view of an MS TSX 695 carb. It"s on a MF 65 4 cyl G-176 Continental gas motor. I have a diagram for a MS TSX 616 carb. Are they the same ???

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10-22-2007 06:10:40

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 Re: Marvel Schebler TSX 695 carb. in reply to Ernie Polley, 10-21-2007 20:38:35  
I'm not sure what the TSX-616 fit but your MF 65 did originally use the TSX-695. They had different numbers for different applications because throttle or choke linkage could be on different sides or lever part different. Measure the throttle bore size as the TSX was made with 7/8", 1", & 1 1/4" bore sizes and each of those used about 5 to 8 different sizes of venturis in center also. So they may all look a bit the same on outside but aren't the same using different numbers for a reason. May VE Petersen in Ohio can tell you 800-537-6212 or Basic construction and float setting should be the same.

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10-21-2007 21:47:03

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 Re: Marvel Schebler TSX 695 carb. in reply to Ernie Polley, 10-21-2007 20:38:35  
There so close that you will never be able to figure out what is different between to 2 of them. Things like jet size maybe different but thats about it

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