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Bob Helt carb book question
Posted by: rick4130 ()
Date: August 10, 2019 06:43AM

I think I even had a copy of it at one point but I must have lent it out....

After all the years of rebuilds and tinkering, I’m fairly certain my linkages are a mishmash of various parts...

If I were to treat my carbs like a total basket case, does Bob’s book outline every little rod and each little thing so I can really rebuild them to factory status? I’m sure my choke cams etc have never been right.

Rick MacDonald
'63 700 Sedan

rick4130@yahoo.com

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Re: Bob Helt carb book question
Posted by: Frank DuVal ()
Date: August 10, 2019 08:53AM

Maybe not every rod and cam, but enough to show differences you need to be aware of.

I'm not sure that there is any difference in choke cam, rod, tripper, pull off, link, plate in any 62 to 69 primary carburetor. But I have been wrong before! winking smiley

Frank DuVal

Fredericksburg, VA

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Re: Bob Helt carb book question
Posted by: BobV66Vair ()
Date: August 10, 2019 10:01AM

It has photos of every side so you can see how things fit. Still available to buy and a must-have.

Bob Vinnacombe
Sandy, Oregon
1965 Corsa 140 stock
1966 Monza Soon to be race car
1968 Monza Parts for now

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Re: Bob Helt carb book question
Posted by: ken ()
Date: August 10, 2019 06:27PM

I have his book and it is excellent . Found that float level is critical .

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Re: Bob Helt carb book question
Posted by: curt ()
Date: August 12, 2019 05:09AM

I have his book, got me through carb rebuilding.

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