- Brand: Chrysler
- Size: 75 or 85 HP
- Color: Silver
- Style: N/A
- Condition: Used
- Notes: Rebuilt & Engine Ready!
- SKU: 27306 CRB-R
- Manufacturer Part Number: 316061-1
- Country of Manufacture: United States
- Motor & Engine Type: Chrysler
- Part Type: Motors, Engines & Components
- Other Part Number: WB-9B
- Surface Finish: Vapor Blasted
- Warranty: 30 days
- Inventory Number: 27306 CRB-R
- Website Category: Fuel and Oil Systems
- Website Sub Category: Complete Carburetors
- UPC: N/A
|Item Description||Chrysler Carburetor (No Bowl)|
The carburetor you are purchasing will be remanufactured and ready for installation on your engine. It will come with new gaskets, usually a Sierra kit when available, and a new needle (seats as well, with the exception of Mercury) and any other parts as necessary.
THE FIRST PICTURE YOU SEE IN THE LISTING IS NOT GENERALLY THE CARBURETOR YOU WILL BE RECEIVING. THE INITIAL PICTURE IS A SAMPLE OF HOW THE CARBURETOR WILL LOOK WHEN IT IS SENT TO YOU. PLEASE REFER TO THE ADDITIONAL PICTURES AS THE ACTUAL CARBURETOR SET!
Our goal is for you to receive this in ready to use condition. We adjust needles to factory specs, which sometimes means you may have to make minor adjustments on your engine. The bowl will be left off of the carburetor when it is sent, in order for you to inspect it and make sure that the needle is seating after shipping. We can provide assistance with these minor adjustments if you need help. Please note that none of our carburetors will have hoses with them.
WE BUY CORES!
Send in a rebuildable core the same size and we will pay 25% for this core. Please contact us ahead of time and we will provide a return label if you are sending in your core. For smaller HP cores, we will pay 20%. If you send in a core that cannot be rebuilt, we will contact you to offer you an option to send it back but we will not buy a damaged carburetor.
|Fits:||We are unsure of the exact part number of this carburetor set, but it is stamped with 316061-1 and WB9B,
We do believe that it is a early 70's either a 75 or 85 HP.