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Identify Mixer - Alamo?


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Default Identify Mixer - Alamo?

This mixer was on the Associated engine I purchased. I replaced it with an original one. I was told it was off an Alamo? The number on the side is 6417. Can someone confirm it is an Alamo?
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Yes, Alamo.
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These were also used on Taylor Vacuum type B and type C engines.

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