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Carburetors ID- What are these?

Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Eric Crow, Jun 5, 2019.

  1. Eric Crow
    Joined: Mar 2, 2017
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    Eric Crow
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    from Acton, CA

    82EECB30-651A-427A-84B6-4D5F4F6A8439.jpeg F8D6D89D-B688-4859-BAF1-687C5FC82A19.jpeg FF775CCD-CB8B-4900-9ABF-918DDEA2A862.jpeg 248E725F-5EC6-43A2-A506-C7E84094760E.jpeg Inherited some old carburetors and need help to ID them. Anyone good at telling what they are from pictures?
     

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  2. Fordors
    Joined: Sep 22, 2016
    Posts: 1,920

    Fordors
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    Nobody jumped in so I’ll give it a shot.
    First photo, Rochester 2G, and it looks like an end carb from a factory tri- power setup. Next is an Autolite, looks like a 2 barrel, so a 2100
    Second photo, Rochester AA’s , used on ‘49-‘50 Oldsmobile and maybe others.
    Third photo, ?, no idea.
    Last photo, Autolite 4 bbl, a later design than the 4100, but I don’t have any idea of number. Last carb is a 4100 Autolite.
     
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  3. I think the first photo on the right is a 2150 and the last photo on the left is a 4300.
     
  4. carbking
    Joined: Dec 20, 2008
    Posts: 2,481

    carbking
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    Why guess????

    Most of them have tags. Read the number on the tag, and Google.

    As Fordors mentioned, the second picture are the type AA used only (thankfully) on 1949-1950 Olds.

    Jon.
     
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