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    Default Farmall H carburetor


    Looks like the carburetor is in need of some help on the old girl. Any suggestions on where to get a cheap rebuild kit or a new one would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Farmall H carburetor

    A needle and seat is about all we normally need to do to those with a good cleaning and the parts are available at the local Case-IH dealer for a reasonable cost.

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    Default Re: Farmall H carburetor

    Thanks Art. I'll try getting hold of those parts and the gasket will probably need replacing too.

    Orb

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    Default Re: Farmall H carburetor

    If it's been a while since it's been apart those gaskets just seem to stick real well and can be a problem. I do recommend soaking the parts and having a good air line to blow out all passages. It is rare but from time to time we are seeing some throttle shafts worn to the point that air adjustments are quite difficult and impossible to have good consistancy so check the shaft before putting out the money for parts. You can get a whole carburator today for nothing combared to ten years ago but if it is rebuildable that would be my first choice.

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    Default Re: Farmall H carburetor

    Look on TISCO's site and find a local dealer their prices are hard to beat

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