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  • njonkman
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    You can buy a rebuilt one here <http://www.carb-x.com/domestic-carburetors/studebaker/champion/2232t> for $249.00 exchange.
    My carb. looks dirty but I did run it with that carb. I replaced it with a brand new one from Carter.
    Nick

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  • njonkman
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    Just did a search on that number and it takes the same kit as the original 2108S listed in SI catalog It is a WE Carter. > you can check it out here <http://www.carburetion.com/carter1.asp>
    Nick
    Last edited by njonkman; 03-15-2017, 08:41 AM.

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  • njonkman
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    My56 Champion had a 2417S carb on it, It is available, needs an overhaul. Let me know if interested.
    Nick

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  • unclemiltie
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    My carter book shows the carb as fitting a 1950-52 Reo lawnmower! It does not have a sheet for this carb in it.

    Another source is http://www.thecarburetorshop.com/

    You might be better off getting the correct carb for your car. I would be surprised if a 927 was a bolt on, I would bet they took part of the 927 and part of your original body.

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    http://www.carburetor-parts.com/Cart...it_p_3136.html

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  • jwitt
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    I have several needle valves and accelerator pumps that I bought from a studebaker dealer. If you know the studebaker part # if will look through what I have and see if I have any.

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  • 57studechampion
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    Carb Parts

    Does anyone know where I can obtain a needle and seat as well as an accelerator pump. I have a Carter WE 927 1 Barrel on it. SI says that it is not the right carb for that car. Go Figure. I have a 56 Champion 2dr. I am still trying to get the car ready to take to South Bend.

    Any suggestions?
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