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|Richard Sanders||My 60's Something Cub has a Zenith Carb bolted to a Non Zenith manifold. Apparently, it had been running fine for the previous owner (who has passed on, so I can't ask him).
If I machine an adapter plate (about 3/16" thick), will this make the transition a little better? Has this been done before?
|John M||I wouldnt worry about it.That particualr carb is used in many other applications.All that is needed for it to work say on a Farmall A,is to have the two mounting holes drilled.I have the same carb on my 154,works fine.Neighbor up the road has the exact same carb on one of his Allis Chalmbers,mounting holes are in a different location,and I think his ,or mine, are tapped.PLUS if you go making adapter plates and such,the linkages will probably be out of whack.