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Clark CT-40 Aircraft Tug, Carburetor


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Default Clark CT-40 Aircraft Tug, Carburetor

I have a 1952 Clark CT-40 Aircraft Tug in which the carburetor is completely worn out! Any ideas as to where I might find a replacement either rebuilt, NOS or new??

Thank You for looking........................

John Lane (208) 731-7999 cell
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Default Re: Clark CT-40 Aircraft Tug, Carburetor

If your carb doesn't have it's ID tag left (many don't) it's a question of what engine is in it and finding a carb for that engine, if yours is past rebuilding.
A batch of the CTs came with Cont'ls; hopefully the engine'll have its ID tag if none left on the carb. The carb may be ID'able if it has any numbers/letters cast/stamped on.
With whatever's on the carb check the sponsors here for a kit, if it's rebuildable, or a replacement.
If that doesn't pan out there're obsolete carb kit/carb dealers that'll come up Googling obsolete or vintage carbs.
If no carb ID a clear pic here might help someone ID it, but carbs come in blizzards of models with minor to major differences
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Default Re: Clark CT-40 Aircraft Tug, Carburetor

ever think of converting it to propane, I put a kit on my clark forklift and never looked back
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Default Re: Clark CT-40 Aircraft Tug, Carburetor

John, go out on the line and steal one off an AgCat. HeHe. Hello John. Ron Stuhlberg
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Default Re: Clark CT-40 Aircraft Tug, Carburetor

Hey buddy how things?? You guys still in HVASU??

Cheers, John
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