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Old 05-15-2008, 15:43   #1 (permalink)
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'66 Carb Kit Needed

Where can I find a carb kit for a '66 with an inline six and a one barrell? There's no tag on it but cast into the top is 6R, under that is 3507 and under that is B. It's a Motorcraft carb but I'm not sure if it's original. Any help is greatly appreciated, Ted.
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Old 05-15-2008, 17:53   #2 (permalink)
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Re: '66 Carb Kit Needed

Autozone list two kit's. One for Ford the other for Holley. Apparently universal kit's that will work with all part numbers for a specific brand.

Might want to double check that I looked up the correct engine size. I used a 3.9L in my search.

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Re: '66 Carb Kit Needed

Check the throttle shaft for leaks first.

The bushings wear out and are un-rebuildable except at the factory,

Ford Carb

Motorcraft CT-207A

Hygrade - 901

Echlin - 2-5579

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Holley Carb

Motorcraft CT-223B

Hygrade- 540

Echlin- 2.5462


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