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Super C float adjustment

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Dave T

04-12-2001 13:10:23

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I have a Super C with the Carter carb. Can anyone tell me what the proper float height is? I have 1.4 inches now... Thanx......Dave t

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Tim - Maine

04-13-2001 04:58:43

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 Re: Super C float adjustment in reply to Dave T, 04-12-2001 13:10:23  
I don't have my manual with me, but I believe the Carter UT gets set at 11/16 from the body to the unhinged corner of the float. If it says any different in the book I will let you know.

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04-12-2001 14:01:12

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 Re: Super C float adjustment in reply to Dave T, 04-12-2001 13:10:23  
While I don't have the exact measurements, I set mine to be 'level' in relationship with carb body while carb was inverted and needle seated. This was per a IH mechanic who had done several. Seemed to work well for me. This was on a C with same carb (Carter UT). Someone will probably post exact measurement, but if not give this a try. I had a leak in float causing a problem and couldn't locate a float at the time. I punched a hole in it, drained, and resoldered. Working fine. Good luck.

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Dave T

04-12-2001 14:36:43

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 Re: Re: Super C float adjustment in reply to FC, 04-12-2001 14:01:12  
This one is far from being level. It's sits at about a 15 degree angle. Possibly not the right float, but I will give your suggestion a try. Thanx...Dave

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