I 100% agree with 36F30. My '38 F-30 started every time at the show with 1/4 crank when warm, and 2 cranks when cold (just got back from Stoneboro, Pa.
Nebraska Kirk is the guy to do your mag. I have a really good carb guy, but he isn't cheap, but his work is 100% top notch. He just doesn't just put the carb kit in, he puts the carb back to "as new" specs. which includes bushing the throttle shaft if necessary. I have done a couple of K-5 carbs, and got them reasonably working. However, if you want it right, and on spec, send me a note to my email or PM me here, and I'll give you his contact info.
This post was edited by Tom Fleming at 18:34:45 07/28/13.
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