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Old 02-26-2012, 02:32 PM
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I have a zenith carb with the number stamped into the aluminum tag that reads 8352-A do any of you know what it would go to Thanks.
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I don't think that's a good Zenith number. Could it be any other number? Is there another number on the tag?
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I will check again tomorrow.
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Here are the pictures of the zenith carb I was wondering what it went on.
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Here are the numbers on the tag
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I finally did find the number. Don't have much info on it though. Pic looks like a TU series carb but the ONLY info I have says "fits 1937 Nelson Bros. VCG, VDG, VFG" maybe that is something. Good luck.
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