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Bendix-Stromberg What model?


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Default Bendix-Stromberg What model?

This is on a Continental AA7 engine. Not sure what model it is and I need to try and find some part numbers for a new high speed needle and it wouldn't hurt to have a new needle and seat.
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Default Re: Bendix-Stromberg What model?

That's typically referred to as a "Stromberg OH 5/8". The most common application we've seen them on is Wisconsin. You may have a little trouble finding parts. The high speed needle is identical to Zenith # C71-21 which can be found at several places. Most of the rest of the parts for that carb you're not going to find many places. If you don't find what you need at your favorite place , contact us. Good luck.
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Thanks for that info! I really appreciate it! The carb itself is in good shape and is usable as is, it just leaks when sitting due to a worn needle and seat, but i can just shut the gas off. No big deal. The high speed needle is what really should be replaced. It is hard to adjust and is missing the little cross piece at the end to adjust it.
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