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1921 F Parts Wanted - Holley 234

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07-17-2021 13:24:36

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Hello, we recently acquired a 1921 F. The tractor is currently setup with a later carburetor. The tractor runs and drives and has had a few coats of poorly applied paint over the years. We have 3 young boys all interested and helping out with the project. Before starting a restoration job Im looking for parts to return to the original Holley 234 setup, any parts leads or information is appreciated.


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07-18-2021 05:50:08

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 Re: 1921 F Parts Wanted - Holley 234 in reply to Cman79, 07-17-2021 13:24:36  
Fordson House ,or Duane Helman at Rosewood industry.
All I have is a cracked 234 manifold . Float bowl are hard to find, the float and needle from Fordson house, Look at the float bowl very carefully cause they crack also !
Only seen one 234 mixer on eBay ever, went for 160 Good luck , hope you get one ,post more questions! Try to help. This will not be easy task just saying Post over on smokestack junkogist in Avon might have Sorry spelling off keypad we t from all rain a pioneer show

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