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Good morning,
anyone knows the model of this carburetor Kingstone?
On which engine was installed?
The float is the same as to the one mounted on the Ford T?

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I'm not aware of a model number.
Everything I have found refers to them as either 4 or 5 ball carburetors.......
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yours looks the same as our Kingston model Y 4-ball. In our case for a Heider D 9-16. it was replaced on the later Heider D by the L3. I think dad is using a float from a ford T (Kingston L2) in ours he is working on. its not the same but its close and looks like it should work with a little modifying on the hinge.
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Thank you all for the information.
The serial number is:
L35968

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dad called and said it was actually an L3 float he ordered from Branson enterprises.
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I sell 4-ball Kingston carburetor for Hider / Rock Island tractor.

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The carburetor has been sold
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