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D-17 carburetor

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bud d

03-25-2008 19:08:30

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marvel-schebler carburetor has a small jet in top part of carburetor,also has small jet in bowl section. one has a smaller hole than the other. could someone tell me which place the one with small hole goes top or bottom section? outside of jets are same size.

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03-25-2008 21:47:09

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 Re: D-17 carburetor in reply to bud d, 03-25-2008 19:08:30  
I happen to have one apart right now- will check Wed. and post.

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03-26-2008 07:17:26

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 Re: D-17 carburetor in reply to JMS/.MN, 03-25-2008 21:47:09  
Big hole goes in the bottom, small hole goes in the top half body. Small hole is the idle jet, big hole is the main load adjusting needle jet. Would make sense, considering the amount of fuel going through each.

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bud d

03-26-2008 09:55:40

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 Re: D-17 carburetor in reply to JMS/.MN, 03-26-2008 07:17:26  
Thanks for the help

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03-26-2008 10:07:59

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 Re: D-17 carburetor in reply to bud d, 03-26-2008 09:55:40  
You"re welcome.. Never noticed the difference, but I disassemble/clean only one half at a time. I"ll remember that for a long time now!

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