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Hi, my dad & I have had this carb for a while now & our still not sure what type of engine it fits. Someone said it might be a natural gas Famous carb but we haven’t been able to confirm it.

The carb has remains of red paint on it & it has the part number “G1517” cast into it.

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Nick,
# G1407 "Combined gas and Gasoline Mixer" for Fam. Jr.(11/17)2 hp(05/17) & 3 hp(05/16) vertical Famous.


Actually #G1517 is for the mixer body only for the 2 & 3 hp, not the Jr.
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Doug, that was fast, thank you!

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