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Brass Straight Through Carb


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Old 08-27-2018, 12:42:34 AM
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Default Brass Straight Through Carb

I bid on a Waterloo 1 1/2 that had this carb on it. Any opinions ?
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Default Re: Brass Straight Through Carb

I believe that's an Essex. I believe its an add on as I don't think any Waterloo style engines came out with that carb, at least none that I've seen.
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yes it's an essex i have a 2-1/2 field force leader with one like it. it should have the name cast on it somewhere. could be a copy if not.
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