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I broke a jet in my 4100 when rebuilding (didnt use a jet wrench but a large screwdriver).Where can i get jets for this carb.Will holley jets fit? THe carb # iis C2aj
 

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I know a man tha rebuilds these carbs and he has some jets. let me know the size and i will ask him. do you have any 4100 carbs with the 108 on the ft bowl? thanks, jim.
 

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Don't know what # you need, but the Autolite 2bbl uses the same jets and there are tons of them around the junk yards( is that the correct term now days?). FEDDO...108s???? I usually see high 50s and some 60s,but 108s????
 

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The early 4100/2100 uses HOLLEY jets until 1963 then went to FORD specific. If the jet has just the orifice size stamped, it is HOLLEY. If the orifice size has F behind it, it is FORD specific.

PONY CARBURETORS supposedly has a good selection of the later FORD specific jets.
 

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woodz the number on reffered to is the carb size. 108 is a 525 cfm, 112 is,a 600 cfm. I thought i said (on) the left ft bowl.
 

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KULTULZ said:
The early 4100/2100 uses HOLLEY jets until 1963 then went to FORD specific. If the jet has just the orifice size stamped, it is HOLLEY. If the orifice size has F behind it, it is FORD specific.

PONY CARBURETORS supposedly has a good selection of the later FORD specific jets.
I learned something. The only Autolites I have are '64 and later and when I had earlier cars with them I put a Holley or Carter on. Youthful enthusiasm I guess.
 
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