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Pat-CT

07-27-2009 05:42:43




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How can i tell what carb is on my wd45? i want to order a carb repair kit for it




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Ole Shovel

07-27-2009 11:59:24




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 Re: Carb identification in reply to Pat-CT, 07-27-2009 05:42:43  
Marvel Schebler / Zenith catalog lists these for the WD-45. Marvel Schebler cast iron, TSX-464, TSX-773, TSX-871, TSX-561 which all use the same kit Zenith part number K7515. A later Zenith replacement would have aluminum body possibly carb no. 14991 which uses Zenith kit no. K2127. Should be able to get a aftermarket kit with those carb numbers also.



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JMS/.MN

07-27-2009 10:49:48




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 Re: Carb identification in reply to Pat-CT, 07-27-2009 05:42:43  
The operator manual calls for a Marvel Schebler 464 carb.



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Steve in NJ

07-27-2009 09:33:26




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 Re: Carb identification in reply to Pat-CT, 07-27-2009 05:42:43  
Depending on the make, model and size of the carb, the ID tags will vary. On Zenith small and some large bore carbs, there should be a little round disc riveted to the fuel bowl with two sets of numbers on it. The number closest to the outside of the disc is the AC number ie-212845 and the inside number will be the Zenith number ie-9707. The small bore Marvel Shebler carbs have the same setup as the Zeniths with the tag riveted to the bowl. A lot of your larger bore M/S carbs will have a square tag under the mounting flange of the carb. The number of the carbs usually start out with "TSX"-xxx with three digit afterward. ie-TSX464 If you need a carb kit we can help ya out. HTH
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Pat-CT

07-27-2009 07:41:09




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 Re: Carb identification in reply to Pat-CT, 07-27-2009 05:42:43  
Im not seing any name on it? i will look again



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stu (ON)

07-27-2009 09:54:04




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 Re: Carb identification in reply to Pat-CT, 07-27-2009 07:41:09  
Here is a page from the WD45 Operators Manual.

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old

07-27-2009 09:18:00




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 Re: Carb identification in reply to Pat-CT, 07-27-2009 07:41:09  
A lot of times you have to pull the carb off to read the tag in it since the tag is on the inside when one the engine. Should have a small tag riveted on it with the numbers



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jd2wd

07-27-2009 06:08:39




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 Re: Carb identification in reply to Pat-CT, 07-27-2009 05:42:43  
it will have the name and number on it-marvel schebler



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