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Different G carbs??

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Glen in TX

08-27-2003 23:34:12




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Why do some of the Gs use a small throat carb and some use a different carb? Were the engines different or just the manifolds? Are there any new small throat carbs left out there? Thanks for you help.




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Ronnie in TX.

08-28-2003 01:35:10




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 Re: Different G carbs?? in reply to Glen in TX, 08-27-2003 23:34:12  

eBay Marvel Schebler



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Ronnie in TX.

08-28-2003 01:25:45




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 Re: Different G carbs?? in reply to Glen in TX, 08-27-2003 23:34:12  

Big throat carb.are not model G tractor.The model G use the TSV-13 carb.No new small throat Carb. eBay Marvl Schebler



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Ronnie in TX.

08-28-2003 01:44:40




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 Re: Re: Different G carbs?? in reply to Ronnie in TX., 08-28-2003 01:25:45  

Marvel Schebler carb.on eBay



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Glen in TX

08-28-2003 09:32:26




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 Re: Re: Re: Different G carbs?? in reply to Ronnie in TX., 08-28-2003 01:44:40  
Thanks for the pictures Ronnie. Better pic than what I had in my Zenith manual. We still haven't found a reasonably priced small throat carb yet. The 14993 Zenith replacement is no longer available new. I am still wondering what the difference was on the G engine for the other carb TSX950 Marvel Schebler other than the throat and 90degree turn. I sell the Zenith carbs and kits but no one can tell me if the Zenith replacement 14992 for the TSX950 can be made to fit the small throat with some adapting. The 14992 is still available new as are kits for all of them. My Zenith book just says it fits a AC G with G-2500 engine. Is it jetted different or can it be made to work?

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DanD.

08-28-2003 10:43:10




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Different G carbs?? in reply to Glen in TX, 08-28-2003 09:32:26  
The AC G with a 2500 engine would be referring to an AC Gleaner G combine.



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DanD.

08-29-2003 12:31:49




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Different G carbs?? in reply to DanD., 08-28-2003 10:43:10  
THe 2500 engine in the G combine is a 6 cylinder 301 cid engine. THe carburetor for that would be a little much for the little G tractor!



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Glen in TX

08-28-2003 13:21:30




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Different G carbs?? in reply to DanD., 08-28-2003 10:43:10  
OK, Thanks Dan, That clears that question up for us. I am not that familiar with all of the AC equipment. I got a message about a carb for sale just waiting on a price now. Thanks everyone.



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