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Shop Shark
1959 Apache with a 235

Replaced my Rochester B with a Carter YF today. WOW I mean WOW. It idles way better. Has way better responce. I can put to gas on and it gose. It feals like a new truck in comparison. Made a quick video on it. There is a part were it is running at the end.

http://youtu.be/TIs5HOtMtfk

Thank you all stovebolters for your advise on carbs. It paid off.


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1959 Chevy Apache 3100/ 283 TBI / 4L60E

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Socket Breaker

That is neat, action wrenching shots in progress!

I'm glad it's working better.

I've been trying to get my pop to dump the Rochester off of his '57 235 in his '53 for years now based on what I've read here on the 'bolt.

-W

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It is really great. And since I broke my throttle cable I just have a small bolt in it and the gas is real touchy. Crazy neet stuff. Thanks


1959 Chevy Apache 3100/ 283 TBI / 4L60E

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Way better carb I am not getting rid of mine I tell ya

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Nice video - thanks for putting it together and showing - not sure what my carburetor is - but I'm looking now. Thanks again --- Dale

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Post up a photo and Ill let you know what the carb you have is or someone here can tell you if I cant. Lots of carb info on this site. Good luck


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'Bolter
And where to get one? Does the original oil bath aircleaner fit it?


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I got mine on ebay. But I have found some in junk yards that have been around a while. They will put the old cars in the back cause they know parts are hard to come by. Or at least they do in wyoming. The oil bath dose fit the Carter TF that I used.

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I switched to a Carter YF too, awhile ago. And I am very happy with its performance. All except that it still overflows and boils over at shut down. I know it's the quality of the gas we can get now, but I read here somewhere about modifying with an overflow capture system? We, the truck and I, live at high altitude, 7000 ft msl,
so that might have something to do with it, too. I have been searching posts about possibly changing again to Holley or Weber, but have not decided what to do next. But I agree that the Carter is an improvement over the rochester!


Scot Ricker
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1948 Chev 3100

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