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Timber Beast

03-08-2002 04:20:06




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Hi Guys, amd looking for some help ID ing the carb on my 1952 allis wd. was manufactured by Zenith, but has no other numbers on it. Believe that it need a complete overhaul, maybe even a new float. Had heard that NAPA and some other outlets might carry these parts. Anybody have a kit # that I can ask for? Appears entire unit is cast. Choke and throttle assembly both hook on the engine side of car. Fuel supply line goes on outside, is also a visible " choke position " indicator. Not sure what else you might need to help me. Thanks.

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Brian G. NY

03-08-2002 06:58:12




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 Re: WD Zenith Carb in reply to Timber Beast, 03-08-2002 04:20:06  
The Allis-Chalmers part number is 213348. According to the A-C parts manual, this is a Zenith #9707A or 9707B. I believe that Zenith #s 8979 & 10981A may have also been used, but I think the rebuild kits cover all these models. The carb on my '52 WD is A Marvel/Schebler but I believe my Dad replaced the Zenith himself years ago. The physical size of the M/S is larger than the Zenith but I don't know if that results in any increase in HP. A-C used variations of both Zenith & M/S carbs on their tractors from the 30s up into the 60s.

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