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    jime Guest

    Default Identifying carb

    I have a street roadster equipped with a 4 barrel carb. I want to rebuild the unit, but need some help with identifying it. It's a Holley re-manufactured unit, and apparently Holley grinds off the part number on re-manufactured carbs. There's two labels on the carb. The one on the horn is hard to read, but appears to be 65-1856AA. There's another label on the float bowl that reads 1856-000000. Anyone know the model number of this unit?


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    Nov 2009


    From the part number it shows it to be a 4150 Model governor carb for a 59-60 Ford truck. If it is on a roadster, I doubt that it is. Re-check your number. It is most likely an 1850 list number which is a universal 600CFM 4160 model with manual choke and vacuum secondaries. The list numbers are not ground off on a reman carb. A sticker is placed over it.

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