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Trying to ID this carburetor on my 400.
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.
What he said.
1964 A little different a 3636s i believe
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.
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.
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.
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.
In the carb base are:
4130 is a 66’ 383/426 M/T
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.
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.