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Old 05-14-2016, 04:53 AM
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carburetor identification

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i have problems with my carburetor!

he is leaking! I search in vain a number where I can identify him, so that I can order a repair kit!

from the number that you see, I have not become smart.


Does somebody has any idea?
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Old 05-14-2016, 07:31 AM
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That looks like your typical Ford 2100 2 barrel carburetor. Ford used that carb about forever from the 50's thru the 70's. Finding parts shouldn't be a problem.
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If you have a NAPA store close by ask for an Echlin 2-5585 and see what happens. There should be enough of a number stamped into the side of the base towards the front on the throttle side close to the front bolt hole to correctly identify it.
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Eddy, sorry I failed you on the wheels.

This is where I have bought my rebuild kits including one for a very similar carburetor to what you have there.
Ford Motorcraft 2100 2150 2 barrel carburetor Parts Page

If you are considering changing the carb I would suggest a motorcraft 2150 with 1.08 venturi's
something like this, I bought one at a local junkyard off a 302 in a 1970's f100 and rebuilt it:
Motorcraft 2100 Jeep Carb Upgrade 258 4 2 Non Smog 1 08 | eBay

The 2150 also came on several Ford cars with a V6.
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D4AZ-9A586-A (replaced C2AZ-9A586-B) .. 2100 Series 2V Carburetor Kit (Motorcraft CT-499-D) / Available from Ford & auto parts stores.

Applications: ALL 1962/74 FoMoCo vehicles.
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