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Sort of off topic, with a part number
Posted by: 2ragtops ()
Date: February 21, 2018 12:58PM

I acquired two carb rebuilding kits in a parts buyout.

The number is 17076080 which has been superseded to 17076081 which says fits Corvair.

But the bowl gasket in the kits has one float well, in the center.

Looks more like a std Chevy/GM 2 barrel carb kit.

Anybody know.

I am going to sell them when I find out what they fit. LOL

Bob Bauer

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Re: Sort of off topic, with a part number
Posted by: RobertC ()
Date: February 21, 2018 01:52PM

According to gmpartswiki 1707080 superceded 7039028

which is a minor repair kit for 60 - 63 Corvair, F.C. Rochester H carbs

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Re: Sort of off topic, with a part number
Posted by: 2ragtops ()
Date: February 21, 2018 03:15PM

Well these have a single float chamber, so definitely not Corvair

thanks for your efforts on this, I will keep looking

Bob Bauer

Show-Me Corvairs

1966 Monza Convert 140 P/G with A/C, plastic wheel with tele-column am-fm posi-traction
1966 Corsa Convert 180 wood wheel tele-column am-fm sport steering posi-traction
1965 Corsa Coupe Crown V8 mounted mid-body temporarily red lined for repair
House Springs, Missouri

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Re: Sort of off topic, with a part number
Posted by: RobertC ()
Date: February 21, 2018 04:21PM

2ragtops Wrote:
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> Well these have a single float chamber, so
> definitely not Corvair
>
> thanks for your efforts on this, I will keep
> looking

Post a picture of the gasket.

Maybe someone will recognize it.

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