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Big Kingston carburetor - what does it fit?


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Old 02-24-2017, 09:29:01 PM
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Hello. I'm new to this great site. I've had a big brass 5 ball Kingston carb for many years & no one seems to be able to tell me what it fits. Model/serial tag is not legible. It's a side draft with 1 1/2" pipe threads. I'm told that it might be off a boat motor. Anyone know what it might fit? Thanks!
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Default Re: Big Kingston carburetor - what does it fit?

More than likely it fit a tractor. I have 24 listings for this size Kingston and type Kingston on tractors, none on marine.

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Default Re: Big Kingston carburetor - what does it fit?

Thanks, Jon. At least I now have a starting point!
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Default Re: Big Kingston carburetor - what does it fit?

It could have been a marine carb. They were used for various applications. I have a small Arrow marine engine with a 4 ball Kingston. Ron
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Default Re: Big Kingston carburetor - what does it fit?

Have a 5 ball on my 25 Associated.
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Old 02-25-2017, 03:54:50 PM
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Default Re: Big Kingston carburetor - what does it fit?

Big Bull tractors used a Kingston carby, not sure if it was a 5 ball with threaded mounting but would be a side draught.
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