Can someone ID this carburetor?

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  1. James Chochole

    James Chochole New Member

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    Trying to ID this carburetor on my 400.

    Thanks,
    Jim

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    1965 thru 1967 factory Chrysler Carter AFB
    Intake manifold is a 1968-69 383


    Turn the screws in for lean, it will start to stumble, going further should make it quit running.

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    boltupal Active Member

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    What he said.
     
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    boltupal Active Member

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    1964 A little different a 3636s i believe

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  5. James Chochole

    James Chochole New Member

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    Sucker is running WAY too rich and I am not familiar with this model. I think the mixture screws are down on each side of the front hose. Can someone verify my guess? Turn them in to lean out?

    OR can someone recommend a good solid reliable and cheap replacement? Don't need big power just good smooth-running motor.
     
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    I just rebuilt mine using parts from Mike's Carburetor. Usually you turn the mixture screws all the way in (don't overtighten), and then back out 1 1/2 turn as a basis to begin adjustment. My motor hadn't run in 30 years, and it started right up without adjustment.
     
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    detmatt Old Man with a Hat FCBO Gold Member

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    Have @Dana rebuild it for you if it needs it and you have a little time.
    He’s one of our sponsors, you should see his contact info to the right. Woodruff Performance Carburetor.
     
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    hemi71x Active Member

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    Look at, and post the numbers stamped in the front base of the carburetor.
    That will tell you.
    Remove the coil if you have to read the numbers.
     
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    Dana Woodruff Carburetor Specialties FCBO Vendor

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    This^^^
     
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    James Chochole New Member

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    In the carb base are:
    41306
    06
     
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    Dana Woodruff Carburetor Specialties FCBO Vendor

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    4130 is a 66’ 383/426 M/T
     
  12. James Chochole

    James Chochole New Member

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    Thanks for the identification! So, based on that- I'll try and adjust the two mixture screws to lean it out a bit. Are these good/reliable carbs? Never had one before.
     
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    3175375 Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Carter AFBs are rock solid in my opinion. I have had Holleys and quickly got sick and tired of adjusting them.

    When I adjusted the jets and metering rods, as well as the float levels, I was done. I road race one that’s on my ‘65 Mustang and love it.
     
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