|Posted on Friday, June 24, 2005 - 10:00 pm: ||
I have a brass carburetor bowl that is similar to a Kingston Model L, (used on the 1915 Model T) but the bowl is thick, about 1/8" and heavy. The bowl top OD is 3-1/8', the ID is 2-1/8' It is 2-1/4' deep and the hole on the bottom is 1-5/16' The float and needle arrangement is a pivoted, teeter-totter design with the needle doing down instead of up.
Someone said it looks like a Schebler. Any ideas?
Post Number: 512
|Posted on Saturday, June 25, 2005 - 08:16 am: ||
My guess is that it is a Krice, by the looks of the float. However the top of the needle looks like Schebler.
Does it have a 1/8 pipe thread for a drain in the bottom?
Maybe one of the other Schebler models besides a "D"
Post Number: 178
|Posted on Sunday, June 26, 2005 - 03:15 pm: ||
Possibly a Schebler Model R.