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#470153 05/26/22 07:24 AM
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Hi
I have a Carter W1 carburettor that has 510 stamped in the base, can some one tell me what it is off please
Brian


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I was unable to locate any info on a (510) number. A photo and any other numbers on the parts might help.


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Brian,

It may be a 1939- 1940 maple leaf carburetor. I have just seen a W-1 with the
510 number cast on the fuel bowl. Does yours have the same numbers stamped on the bowl , as well as the mounting flange face.


JACK

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