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Delco Light 4B3


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Hi Folks,

I recently aquired a delco 4B3 32 volt 400 watt battery charging plant

It is missing the carb, intake elbow and tube as seen in the pictures. The float assy is good on the inside of the tank. The carb appears as it was broken off somehow. The little joe version has a different carb tube mount elbow. This one is bolted to the head as shown.

Anyone else have one, or can help in getting the missing parts?

Any 4B series will work.

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Well, I did get it to run, albeit only on 12 volt start and spraying ether sparingly to keep it running in the intake hole

I'm hoping someone out there has one of these that can sell me the intake elbow, carb and draft tube

I've checked and the local fellows only have the smaller little joe versions. that carb is smaller, as well as the intake tube.
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