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FM Type H Pipe Carb

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Old 03-24-2005, 02:32:07 PM
Howard Kittelson
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Default FM Type H Pipe Carb

I am attempting to reproduce a hit & Miss 2 H P Fairbanks Morse Type H Pipe Mixer, am having the mixer valve and choke parts cast from my 4 HP Patterns
The information i need is, What are the pipe sizes, 3/4" on the horizontal casting and 1" on the vertial choke tube?Does the 90Deg. turn use a reducing 3/4 to 1 elbow or a street el? A picture would be helpfull> Thank you, Howard K.
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On my 2 hp H I have a 1 inch elbow. The horizontal pipe looks to be 3/4 and just before it goes into the elbow it expands to 1 inch. Bob
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I have been looking for a mixer like this for my 4 horse H for years. Any chance you want to cast an extra set?

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