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Delco Light 4-B-12 Carb Help


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Default Delco Light 4-B-12 Carb Help

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I picked up an old but in really nice shape Delco light 4-B-12 unit. I check the oil it was at a good level, points were toast and had been converted by someone to Ford tractor points so i replaced with same from good old TS. Got it to run well dripping fuel into the carb while fiddling with the needle no luck getting it to run on the fuel in the tank so i put it a side a week had some time pulled out the carb from the tank the whole lower unit is rotted off. I've got it all cleaned up in the ultrasonic cleaner but lack what its supposed to look like when whole. Anyone got pictures for a 4b12 carb out of the gas tank?

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