What is the carburetor number on this? It is on my Super A.
 

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On the top of the top 1/2 of the carb there should be a brass disc the size of a dime riveted to the metal. (probably needs to be cleaned off to see). the disc has numbers around the rivet. Jim
 
Marvel carb.... One of these #.... Rebuild kit from Walker carb is the same ..... Line says AB
GrandpaL, just for the sake of providing correct information does the Marvel carb have the brass disc as JAN is suggesting. I agree with Jim that the IH built carbs like for the H & M have them, just not sure if these “outside vendor” carbs had a disc as well?
 
GrandpaL, just for the sake of providing correct information does the Marvel carb have the brass disc as JAN is suggesting. I agree with Jim that the IH built carbs like for the H & M have them, just not sure if these “outside vendor” carbs had a disc as well?
Marvel carb has the disc. I just did one on my 'C'
 
GrandpaL, just for the sake of providing correct information does the Marvel carb have the brass disc as JAN is suggesting. I agree with Jim that the IH built carbs like for the H & M have them, just not sure if these “outside vendor” carbs had a disc as well?
Well ... Originally it had the brass tag ... 75 years later..... Who knows 🧐
 
GrandpaL, just for the sake of providing correct information does the Marvel carb have the brass disc as JAN is suggesting. I agree with Jim that the IH built carbs like for the H & M have them, just not sure if these “outside vendor” carbs had a disc as well?
Marvel Schebler installed the disc tags on most of their carbs, regardless of the brand of the unit they were installed on. GL is correct in that it most likely had a tag and it may have fallen off over the years.
 

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