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Old 07-08-2013, 10:20 AM
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1949 Ford F1 226 Carb Gas Line Questions

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So I am finally getting around to replacing the carb that is currently sitting on my Flathead 6 cyl 226 H series engine. The previous owner had changed out the original carb and installed a Ford marine carb. I purchased the truck in February and it ran so so up to a month ago. Now it runs like garbage!!

About 2 months ago I purchased an original correct core and shipped it to a guy in Connecticut to rebuild it. Man it came back looking factory new!!

So my question is what size of gas line is used from the fuel pump up to the carb? I thought it was 5/16 but I read somewhere that its a 1/4 line?

Just as important what type of fitting do I need to use at both ends of the line?? (into the gas pump and carb). I thought of using steel line and placing a fitting like you will find on a brake line and then flaring the line and screwing it in to the carb and pump. But I was told that this is not the proper way of doing it and that I should be using a nut and ferrule fitting with no teflon tape and goo.

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Old 07-08-2013, 03:33 PM
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I'm not real familiar with the Holley 1910 carbs, but my recollection is that there is a brass fitting that screws into the carb using an NPT (pipe) thread. That fitting has a flare seat for the fuel line to tighten into. The flared tubing is just like brake line, a double-flare. I used brake line for replacing my V8's lines.

Verify what threads are in the carb body before cranking something in there. Your rebuilder can confirm what they are. (KenCT?)
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Old 07-08-2013, 04:00 PM
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The line pictured is from my 1949 F4 with the 226 CID 6cyl. The line is 1/4" Diameter. I see no signs where it may have been modified.
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Thanks Ray, looks like I have CRS...
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Ross, I'm speaking for Victor (Vegas123). Yes, he got the carb from KenCT.

Victor, just call Miguel. He'll get everything done for you. Don't forget to put an inline filter.
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Old 07-09-2013, 10:28 AM
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Thanks for the pictures!!

That is exactly what I wanted to see.

So 1/4 line is what it should be and now I know the type of fittings that I need.

Yes I did have Ken from Conn rebuild the carb, looks awesome.

My 49 is just a little cruiser. Far from perfect but it looks cool and it always puts a smile on my face when I take it out on a drive, priceless.

Since I purchased it a few months back I have put in a new clutch, speedo cable, heater switch, turn single switch, and a new NOS ahoooga horn. I also rewired the horn back to the center button. All thanks to this great site (reviewed old post)!

I have gotten everything to work. I am in the process of installing the rebuilt carb, fuel line from pump to carb, Oil Bath air filter and heat shield (Thanks DUDE!) protonix elec ignition.

He is just a cruiser no big modification plans. Just keep him tuned, fed with gas and fluids and put the petal to the floor!

Here is a pic of Garbage Gold!

Will post pics of engine area later today.

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I can't seem to open your link to see the pic's. My internet connection is FUBAR'ed. The tech is on the way. (ya Right). But if your pics were here in the thread I could most likely get to see them.

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Okay I finally got in to see your truck and I am glad I did. That is my favorite color setup. My dream is a 50 Merc with that paint. Just perfect. I saved a pic of her for my desk top slide show. Thanks
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Thanks guys!
So we installed the new carb, no problem.
My new problem is my linkage to the carb is to long! It 7" and based on my measurments it should be 6".

Originally was there a spacer between the carb and intake manifold???? Or did the carb simply sit directly on the manifold?

Seems like there should be a spacer since the support bracket for the oil bath is to short.

Hmmmmmmm.
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The vertical link on mine is 5 1/4" center of ball to center of ball. Mine has just a couple gasket spacers between the carb and manifold. It is possible yours had a governor at one time. They're about an inch thick.
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Originally was there a spacer between the carb and intake manifold???? Or did the carb simply sit directly on the manifold?

Seems like there should be a spacer since the support bracket for the oil bath is to short.

Hmmmmmmm.
Yes, there's a pretty thick gasket that goes under the carb. It's part number B6A 9447-B.

PartsVoice says that Collectors Auto Supply has 22.

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Haven Ford in Haven Kansas says they have 4.

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Vegas, please let me know how you make out on getting a Pertronix for your 226. I have 6-volt positive ground and haven't found anyone that sells the ignition for that set-up.
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I will. Installed it today but having some problems with the carb so did not run it long. Working on getting gasket for carb base and adjust timing.
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I am in the process of rebuilding my carb for my 226 single barrel, I might need Ken in Ct.
How do I reach him?
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When I get mine back together on the engine I can post pics
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