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glennb

03-16-2007 11:19:46




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Need thoughts, have a 53 SC that dad & i can not make run the more we work on the carb the worse it gets(not normal for us) runs nice at 1/2 throttle, perfect at fulll. we have cleaned,and cleaned, and lowered float. runs rougher. wont idle-which was the problem to start with. we think we are loosing vaccum in carb, nether load or idle adjusts make any difference. thanks.

If we need a new carb who do we trust believe its a 11535 zeneth

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RustyFarmall

03-16-2007 13:03:16




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 Re: SC carb in reply to glennb, 03-16-2007 11:19:46  
I will assume that you checked and ruled out the possibility of a cracked manifold? How about a weak ignition coil? Possibly a worn distributor?
There really isn't too much that can go wrong with those old cast iron carbs that can't be fixed, but sometimes the crud can hide really good.



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j Heitkemper

03-17-2007 07:59:58




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 Re: SC carb in reply to RustyFarmall, 03-16-2007 13:03:16  
Rusty farmall has some good points to consider .. The SC was notoious for wearing thru the exhaust and intake manifolds . Both of My SC's pulled that trick ,it was hard to detect both times .They run crummy and missed and sputtered out with no power . My 53 or 54 SC has a larger factory carb than the earlier sc ,,the butterfly baffle axle pivot is severely worn and allows for a lot of air and vacuum loss..Runs a little rough at idle ,,But Fine at higher RPMs ., Hope all this helps , Jim

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glennb

03-17-2007 13:00:53




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 Re: SC carb in reply to j Heitkemper , 03-17-2007 07:59:58  
This is a very clean SC.Bought to resell but i think dads getting attached to it( or frustrated). about ready to try a new carb, it is the larger one. thanks for the ideas. changed cap and rotor - didnt help glenn

Tom thanks for the info you gave me on my 53's DC & SC Thoughts and prayers



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