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shaft for choke on 1951 M

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mt pockets

04-26-2020 12:43:07




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I am in need of a shaft for the choke butterfly to fit a 1951 M Farmall carburetor. I do not need the butterfly nor the screws. My shaft is broke right through one of the screw holes. The shaft diameter is .248. The length is 3.135 not including the bell crank. Does anybody have one of these that they could sell to me? Thanks in advance. Steve Norwood. Banner Ms.




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jjamna

05-11-2020 19:30:26




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to mt pockets, 04-26-2020 12:43:07  
If you have not found one yet you might try this place. They have them in the complete kits but you might contact them and ask if they have one laying around. https://link_disallowed/collections/carburetor-farmall-m-super-h-300-400-etc/M-Carburetor



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farmall_fiend

04-27-2020 11:46:20




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to mt pockets, 04-26-2020 12:43:07  
I have a 1951 M as well and I had the exact same issue a couple years ago. Rather than getting a new choke shaft I ended up welding it back together. I clamped the two pieces together and threaded in a screw into the hole then welded on both sides of the hole. Putting a screw in the hole ensured that the threads all lined up and didn't distort too much while welding. After I welded them I used a grinder to dress the weld so that the choke plate could go back on there. Surprisingly it worked pretty good and hasn't broke again.

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D Slater

04-26-2020 14:09:20




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to mt pockets, 04-26-2020 12:43:07  
If it's really for a SM carburetor the shaft is different from a M because the lever goes on a different side of carburetor. When the right one is installed the bow or curve in lever will be to front of tractor. SM goes in from engine side and SM from outside. Place called Mcdonalds Carburetor and ignition sells new ones and probably other places. You can find them on line and shows price.



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used red mn

04-26-2020 22:35:46




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to D Slater, 04-26-2020 14:09:20  
Clarifying what Mr. Slaters fingers meant to type...On a regular M the choke lever and shaft inserts from the outside, on a Super M the opposite, it inserts from the engine side.



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D Slater

04-27-2020 03:55:00




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to used red mn, 04-26-2020 22:35:46  
Thanks, brain and fingers go two ways sometimes.



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jjamna

04-26-2020 14:00:43




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to mt pockets, 04-26-2020 12:43:07  
here it is



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jjamna

04-26-2020 13:58:12




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to mt pockets, 04-26-2020 12:43:07  
here it is



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randy hall

04-26-2020 14:36:26




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to jjamna, 04-26-2020 13:58:12  
he needs the choke shaft you are showing the throttle shaft.



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jjamna

04-26-2020 15:11:24




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to randy hall, 04-26-2020 14:36:26  
Ok thanks.



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Jjamna

04-26-2020 13:49:09




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 Re: shaft for choke on 1951 M in reply to mt pockets, 04-26-2020 12:43:07  
I think I have one. It was is a Generic rebuild kit. The kind you get at Rural King or Tractor supply. It is right at the length you mentioned. Looks to be same diameter. It was in a Super M kit. If you wont to shoot me an email I will send you a picture. Not to sure how to post a picture here anymore.



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