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Default Fairbanks Morse Parts

I have access to an old inventory of FM engine parts. I'm not familiar enough to identify each part but know that they are for the 118-208 series oilfield engines. Also, there is a 118 that is freshly overhauled.
I can provide pictures of the items later. If anyone has interest, please cont me via PM or E-mail.
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Hi! Do you still have parts? If so, do you have a carburetor for a 208?

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Default Re: Fairbanks Morse Parts

If Bowtie doesn't, I'd be willing to bet that Eddie (Reed) does.

I've removed the carb from my 118, and replaced it with a gaseous mixer kit for use on Propane. Mine is not in the greatest shape, but it appears to be a suitable core.

Eddie- off the top of your head, is the 118/208 carb same or close enough?
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There are three carbs that interchange on the 118/208. 1 1/8” butterfly, 1 1/4” and a 1 3/8”. We like the 1 1/8” on a 118 especially if ran slow. The 1 1/4” works on either ok. The 1 3/8” is best on a 208 running hard. But you see them mixed matched on either.
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