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Old 03-20-2011, 06:43 AM
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56 272 carb

I'm not sure what model this carb is. It came on my 272 in my 56 f100. It ran great but the base throttle plate has a crack where the shaft meets the linkage. I'd like to find another 3 stud throttle body and a gasket set to have this rebuilt or just find a rebuilt carb to replace this one.Any ideas on who has quality rebuilt carbs or shops that sell parts for this carb?
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Old 03-20-2011, 11:14 AM
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I have one that will be finished with rebuilding soon and which will be for sale. How is your carb marked? ECG 5 , 1 or 1 1/16 ?
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it has 1/16 on the back of it
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That is the venturi size. 1 1/16 inch. I'll double check mine.
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Yeah 1 1/6 inch, ECG 5 , is what I am working on.
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