Hope this is an appropriate area to ask. Cannot find a tag on carb I pulled off of a 58 235 Looks as though someone etched what appears to be 413S. Does 413S look accurate to you guys from the description and photos?
Last edited by ascwrangler1; Fri Mar 17 2023 09:44 PM. Reason: add photo
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As mentioned by JW51, the accelerator pumps in these carbs are unique; and have to be made by hand.
Since the 413s and 414s were aftermarket replacement carbs, there is little demand for parts; thus no economically feasible excuse to mass-reproduce the accelerator pumps.
Hand-made parts are EXPENSIVE!
And the carburetor certainly appears to be a 413s.
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