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Wd45 carb.

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Bruce

09-02-1998 12:52:01




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what other equipment uses updraft marvel carbs? Need for wd45




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J-R Sales

09-03-1998 20:34:36




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 Re: wd45 carb. in reply to Bruce, 09-02-1998 12:52:01  
We can supply you with the rebuilt Carb need to know what # is on yours $165.00 Exchange


: what other equipment uses updraft marvel carbs? Need for wd45



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JK MN

09-03-1998 08:07:09




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 Re: wd45 carb. in reply to Bruce, 09-02-1998 12:52:01  

: what other equipment uses updraft marvel carbs? Need for wd45

Bruce, How about all of the major USA tractor manufacturers. There are primarily three sizes of MS carbs that have been used. (MS mfg'd other sizes also and are properly identified by inch sizes), However the major sizes are more easily identified by, small bowl, med bowl, and large bowl. The WD45 should have a med bowl carb. One caution however is not all size carbs are built to the same specifications. You will have to identify the internal and external differences, especially the throttle and choke positions as well as the spacing of the mounting holes/studs. Good luck on your search, and probably you can find a carb that is rebuildable for a WD 45 (MS #'s TSX464, AND TSX773, are probabilities)

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Paul Johnson

09-07-1998 14:33:12




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 Re: Re: wd45 carb. in reply to JK MN, 09-03-1998 08:07:09  
: : : what other equipment uses updraft marvel carbs? Need for wd45

: Bruce, How about all of the major USA tractor manufacturers. There are primarily three sizes of MS carbs that have been used. (MS mfg'd other sizes also and are properly identified by inch sizes), However the major sizes are more easily identified by, small bowl, med bowl, and large bowl. The WD45 should have a med bowl carb. One caution however is not all size carbs are built to the same specifications. You will have to identify the internal and external differences, especially the throttle and choke positions as well as the spacing of the mounting holes/studs. Good luck on your search, and probably you can find a carb that is rebuildable for a WD 45 (MS #'s TSX464, AND TSX773, are probabilities)

It is interesting to do a WWW search for "Marvel Schebler" as I did a few weeks ago. I learned that there are a number of M-S suppliers (including the tractor parts section of this site, and that many of the listed sites supplied the light plane industry.

I can say with certainty that given the troubles I've had with the idle circuit in M-S, I would not want to fly in an aircraft with one.

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