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ISX_15

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thank you guys for all your feedback, ill update once everything is done, fingers crossed ill have a truck running like brand new if not better than when i got it 7 years ago
 


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is this correct non feedback carb i need? Hard to find them in stock
 

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I thought you were going to get the China carb? The one you picked out is a reman for $300+.

Here's the one I bought. It has the 1.14 venturi's.

 

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I thought you were going to get the China carb? The one you picked out is a reman for $300+.

Here's the one I bought. It has the 1.14 venturi's.

The china carbs i dont think were 1.14 venturi so im just doing more research on what i can do.
 

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The china carbs i dont think were 1.14 venturi so im just doing more research on what i can do.
It says it's 1.14 venturi in the description and it worked fine on my 2.8. But you have bought enough stuff from China I assume to realize the quality can be iffy sometimes. But you can't beat the price and it would give you something to work with. Parts from your original carb will fit on the China carb.

I put in the powervalve out of my old carb along with the top gasket. I did not give the China power valve a chance, so that was a little unfair, but the top gasket was cut a little off and it seeped fuel at one spot. I took it apart initially since I heard there can be metal shavings and stuff in the carb from manufacturing, but it looked clean.
 

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