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Ford 641 carb color

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ligg757

07-26-2017 14:52:08




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Does any of you Ford 641 Workmaster folks know if the carburetor was originally painted red, I am in the process of installing a kit on mine and now would be the perfect time to paint it.




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showcrop

07-27-2017 06:55:59




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 Re: Ford 641 carb color in reply to ligg757, 07-26-2017 14:52:08  
I am holding in my hand a real actual sixteen page full color brochure tiled: "Ford tractors and Equipment for Landscaping" It is not colorized black and white, but actual full color photographs. It shows a closeup of a 601. The carb is red, the clamps are a gold color plate. The starter and Genny are RED. Shout back if you have other questions!



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grayrider

07-27-2017 17:28:41




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 Re: Ford 641 carb color in reply to showcrop, 07-27-2017 06:55:59  
Showcrop, that's very interesting and glad you posted that the carb should be red. I was real young when Daddy bought the 601 that I have now and I don't remember that far back but I always assumed the carb was painted black originally, our 601 carb is currently not painted but there's no telling how many times it's been soaked, cleaned and rebuilt. I'm going to repaint the entire tractor one of these days so I guess I'll paint my carb red instead of black

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WayneIA

07-26-2017 20:21:00




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 Re: Ford 641 carb color in reply to ligg757, 07-26-2017 14:52:08  
Carb was painted with the engine, red.



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grayrider

07-26-2017 17:42:39




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 Re: Ford 641 carb color in reply to ligg757, 07-26-2017 14:52:08  
I inherited my Dad's old 641 Ford and the original carb is still on it and it is not painted at all, but it has been rebuilt 4 or 5 times over the years so any trace of paint that may have been on it is long gone, I'm of no help to you but maybe some others will chime in soon



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