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Old 10-17-2007, 10:27 PM
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Question Carb Rebuild kit

Hey all were can I get a carb rebuild kit for a single carb on a 1949 flatty 6? and i am also going to need a new fuel pump and a new fuel bowl. does anyone know were i can get all this stuff?
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Carter makes good stuff, (hope they are a sponser, for the fuel pump at least.)
Carberator I';m not sure what 6's used but if they used a Holley carberators kits are quite availble.

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I have seen them on eBay for the flat sixes.
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I know NAPA had them for my flat 8 in stock but I never asked about the 6, I ordered one through one of the suppliers for $25 or so.
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Thanks for the help. ordered them all from online.
The fuel pump rebuild kit from macs, and the carb rebuild kit from some other site. forget the name now
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I tried posting this info yesterday, but FTE went down.

The Ford part number for the master carb kit is: AOA-9590-A

If other sources can't help you try joblotauto.com.

Still can't find it? Try North Hollywood (CA) Carburetor & Ignition, the area code is 818. This place is amazing, and has a large stock of carbs and parts, dating to the 1900's. They used to do work for Harrah's Automobile Collection.
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