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Old brass Carburetor?


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Old 09-13-2010, 05:45:57 PM
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Is this off an old inboard motor ??? And if so what motor dose it go on ??? Thank you for your Help !!!
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Default Re: Old brass Carburetor ???

That is an old Krice carb. off a marine engine. Many of the early marine engines used Scheblers or Driblers as some like to call them (Schebler Model "D" Carbs were the most common). Other manufactuers of the time included Krice and Kingston. It appears to have an attached check valve which would indicate it came off a two cycle-two port engine. The three port engines did not need the check valve (I think I have that correct). Hope this helps. Looks like it is decent shape.
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Default Re: Old brass Carburetor?

It looks like it might be from a Lockwood Ash marine engine, called a Motorgo if sold by Sear & Roebuck, judging by the manifold assembly.

Certainly, Krice carburetors were used on marine engines. I don't know if they were also used on other engine types.
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