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Thread: help me find out what carb i have and what kit i need

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    Default help me find out what carb i have and what kit i need

    i have a 1970 dodge dart swinger 225 slant 6 automatic.. the carb started leaking some gas out some small hole in the bottom under the bowl.. So I figure it needs to be rebulit and there are many numebrs on the thing, It has a sticker on it that says remanfactured so i know its not the orginal one.

    Numbers i have found on it are model 1920 12r-4285b on the passenger side of the carb and on the face of it above the bowl its says 0592 and 6156

    i have racked my brains looking up info and searching numbers while calling parts stores and have come up with a few part numbers for some possible kits but nothing solid enough to move on buying

    i did come up with some numbers

    borg warner 10392a
    wells 533b
    tomco 5202b
    napa 25461 or 25574

    and somebody said echlin had one but i cant cross over that number

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    1970-Dart Guest

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    and thanks in advance

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    I don't think Holley supports OEM versions of carburetors. Try here:
    http://www.tomco-inc.com/CarbCatalog.htm (click "Automotive & Truck Kit Applications")
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    91camaro248 Guest

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    on the front of the choke horn. (where the choke flap opens and closes) on the right side it should say LIST#.

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