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Dave in Ohio

02-18-2003 08:06:44

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I have a 1955 WD 45. The carb is a Zenith. I find two numbers on top of the carb. 276227 and 14010. Is this the correct carb for this WD 45. I know some came with a Marvel Schribner and am told some had a Zenith but I can't find a cross reference number for the Zenith

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Steve in N.J.

02-18-2003 21:54:54

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 Re: WD 45 CARB QUESTION in reply to Dave in Ohio, 02-18-2003 08:06:44  
Most of the Zenith carbs that I've seen have a little round tag riveted to the carb with the number stamped in the tag. Usually start out with a "212"XXX or "216"XXX 6 digit number for gas engines. HTH Steve B.

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Brian G. NY

02-19-2003 06:54:24

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 Re: Re: WD 45 CARB QUESTION in reply to Steve in N.J., 02-18-2003 21:54:54  
Some WD-45s were equipped with Zenith Carbs. According to the A-C parts book, the carb model is: 267-8 (Outline # 0-11588) These 2 numbers would have originally been stamped into a round dime sized brass tag fastened to the carb with a single rivit in it's center. At least that's the way it was done on the earlier WD carb and those used on Wisconsin engines. If there is a raised "boss" with a hole in the ctr located on the top of the carb, that would be where the brass tag would have been.

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Dave K (Fl)

02-18-2003 12:14:27

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 Re: WD 45 CARB QUESTION in reply to Dave in Ohio, 02-18-2003 08:06:44  
don't recognize either number. Not any standard Zenith that I know of, probably some sort of casting number for the carb.


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02-19-2003 02:25:30

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 Re: Re: WD 45 CARB QUESTION in reply to Dave K (Fl), 02-18-2003 12:14:27  
I'm sure you are right about these numbers being casting numbers. These are the only numbers on the carb. I have serched it for other numbers and found none.

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Bill Hires

02-18-2003 09:23:23

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 Re: WD 45 CARB QUESTION in reply to Dave in Ohio, 02-18-2003 08:06:44  
Models WC, WD and WF are equipped with Zenith model 61AX7 or 161X7 or Marvel-Schebler model TSX159 carburetors. The WD45 is equipped with a Marvel-Schebler TSX464 or TSX561 carburetor.

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02-19-2003 04:40:57

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 Re: Re: WD 45 CARB QUESTION in reply to Bill Hires, 02-18-2003 09:23:23  
What is the difference between the TSX464 and the TSX561 carb. Is one prefered over the other. I know that on green tractors there was an all fuel carb and a gas carb listed for the same tractor.
If you were buying a carb for a WD45 which would you buy.

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Blll Hires

02-19-2003 05:03:18

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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 CARB QUESTION in reply to Dave, 02-19-2003 04:40:57  
The I & T Allis-Chalmers AC-11 shop manual shows the same number for all repair parts on both carburetors, including the repair kit. I would be more interested in the condition of the carburetor and buy the best one.

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