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Rebuilding a D17 carburetor

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Jefferson G

04-21-2010 03:45:34




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We think that we need to rebuild the D17 carburetor on our series III Allis. It"s starts great, but after warming up, we need to keep choking it a bit to keep it running smooth. We"re looking for suggestions regarding the best places to get the parts and instructions on how to do it? Thanks.




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DonBC

04-21-2010 09:37:55




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 Re: Rebuilding a D17 carburetor in reply to Jefferson G, 04-21-2010 03:45:34  
It is most likely a Marvel Schebler (sp?) carburetor. The after market suppliers on the various Allis sites carry rebuilt kits that also include instructions.



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wc mike

04-21-2010 04:36:19




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 Re: Rebuilding a D17 carburetor in reply to Jefferson G, 04-21-2010 03:45:34  
are you getting enough gas to carb filter plugged screen in sendiment bowl



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Jefferson G

04-23-2010 16:18:40




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 Re: Rebuilding a D17 carburetor in reply to wc mike, 04-21-2010 04:36:19  
Gents. It is appears the be a Schebler carb per the writing on the side of it. The sediment bowl is new. The previous owner had removed the original and installed a cartridge filter. I think they ran something into it and broke it. If I ask for a rebuild kit for a Schebler for a D17 should that be enough. Thanks for all your help!



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