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Old 09-30-2012, 09:38 PM
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Carb Help

I picked up a 1959 F100 at auction a few weeks back. Getting it home, discovered the previous owner had stripped it, and started installing a '79 302 V8 Widndsor, minus all externals (alternator, solenoid, fan, carb, etc).

I checked and found out a Motorcraft 2150 should be fine, and grabbed one at the salvage yard (with exchange policy just in case).

The issue is, I cannot figure out what rebuild kit to grab for it. The ID on the tag is

D9TF-BTB-C9F15

If someone could send me in the right direction for a good decoder, or somewhere else on the carb besides the tag to better ID it, that would be fantastic.

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James H
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It would seem that if you went to NAPA and asked for a rebuild kit for a 2150 you should be all set. You might try posting in the 73-79 forum! Enjoy your new truck!
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Old 10-01-2012, 05:08 PM
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Good call, I forget that I have a '79 engine, not a '59, and those questions are best sent elsewhere.

I actually just figured out the issue, the tag was scratched, and it was a D9TE-BTB, which made it easy to locate.

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