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Re: 1937 Chandler 1AC
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that starter thing is kinda slick ... im guessing when you step on the gas it turns over the starter ....

Thanks Brain ..

I was looking for that kinda info .. if the two carbs are the same or close to the same in the jetting and such ...

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Re: 1937 Chandler 1AC
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ok i snagged a 477S
ill post pics when it gets here ... It may be NOS or at lest
rebuilt long ago

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Re: 1937 Chandler 1AC
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ok here it is ... NORS ? or NOS... there is a label bekind the other so . im not sure ..

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Re: 1937 Chandler 1AC
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pic ?

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Re: 1937 Chandler 1AC
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Glad you found one! Looks like it's been in storage for a long time and if so, good chance the internal replaceable parts like gaskets and accelerator plunger could be petrified. Best to throw a quality rebuild kit into it before installing.

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