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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 1:57 am 
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I am hoping it will work on my ody, I like the stock carb but this is 34mm in stead of the 32, might not make a difference but if it doesn't work I am sure someone here could use it...


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Not sure about the throttle cable hookup but that size carb should work well on your 350, congrats.

Have you worked on your Engine yet?

Get my email about that haul from texas to CA ?


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I almost did the buy it now on that one, so we'd have a spare.


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Not sure about the throttle cable hookup but that size carb should work well on your 350, congrats.

Have you worked on your Engine yet?

Get my email about that haul from texas to CA ?



I haven't been home since the 15th been trying to get the pigggy bank built up, this is a slow time of year, Everyone thinks after the election it might pick up???

I haven't gotten any email on my hotmail account, PM me on here is easier... It pops up next time I am on here...


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I almost did the buy it now on that one, so we'd have a spare.

If for some reason it wont fit I will let you have it for what I have in it if you can still use it.

My english teacher is rolling in her grave...LOL


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I got this today and it is real clean!!! It has a little different setup than the 350 carb.What is the covered hose going under the carb for??? I can't download the pilot manual now so any clues ???


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I got this today and it is real clean!!! It has a little different setup than the 350 carb.What is the covered hose going under the carb for??? I can't download the pilot manual now so any clues ???


The stock pilot setup ran water from the radiatior thru the carb so that it would not ice up in very cold conditions.

Most people just cap them (like yours already is) unless maybe they ice race or drive in very cold conditions....

Looks like a nice carb...

Congrats...


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I got this today and it is real clean!!! It has a little different setup than the 350 carb.What is the covered hose going under the carb for??? I can't download the pilot manual now so any clues ???



You can take all that crap off if you want, the hose and the two manifolds they attach to, remove the screws that hold them on, you should e able to remove them by using a small visegrips on the heads of the screws if not it takes a start shape screwdriver but first you gotta take a small punch and flatten out the small blocker stud they put in the head, they are soft just tap them down.


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If anyone needs these up north they are welome to them at whatever shipping is... hose and manifolds...

hoser wrote:
Turbotexas wrote:
I got this today and it is real clean!!! It has a little different setup than the 350 carb.What is the covered hose going under the carb for??? I can't download the pilot manual now so any clues ???



You can take all that crap off if you want, the hose and the two manifolds they attach to, remove the screws that hold them on, you should e able to remove them by using a small visegrips on the heads of the screws if not it takes a start shape screwdriver but first you gotta take a small punch and flatten out the small blocker stud they put in the head, they are soft just tap them down.


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