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roys63 11-09-2002 02:05 PM

Can Anyone ID this carb #
 
Can anyone ID this carb # 9772SA,I have 2 of these that are like the Marine Type 750 AFBs , both carbs only have one vacuume port for Dist advance.Look like a matched set never run.Haven't found anything on the net on these.Thanx in advance. Scott

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roys63 11-10-2002 12:23 PM

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philPKP 11-10-2002 01:15 PM

ROY THESE ARE THE VERY RARE IF NOT THE ONLY ONES MADE! FOR THE BOTTOM HALF OF THE tranquility BASE MOON LANDER QUESTION IS"HOW DID YOU GET EM" WHEN TRANQUILITY BASE IS STILL SITTIN WHERE IT LANDED BACK IN 69??? :eek: WHAT THE HECK! CHROME THEM + STICK EM ON YOUR CAWFEE TABLE :cool:

roys63 11-10-2002 01:42 PM

Yes i think that they are the only ones made!, i had 6 ,Itis said that they were test carbs from Carter-Weber about ten years ago? We run some on a BBC blower setup and they worked real well, I just was wondering if had a Application buy the #s like on a BB Dodge?

MI2600 11-10-2002 03:02 PM

I couldn't find it in my Carter references. But, then they didn't show a Carter I picked up, #3345S, either. Mine has also got the one vacuum port and some kind of pressure relief mechanism on the front on the passenger side, i.e. on the opposite side of the accelerator pump. I finally found out it was for a Gray Marine 327 Chevy.

roys63 11-10-2002 04:10 PM

I just listed the last of these on ebay i hate to see them go but i need to make some space.Yes these are a marine type carb.


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