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    #195324

    The water tube coming out of the pump may be corroded in it’s rubber grommets. That will prevent it from separating easily. Also, the drive shaft splines may be corroded/rusted into the crankshaft but you can usually drop the gearcase a 1/4″ or so if they are.

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    #195320

    It took a couple days but I finally found a NOS Zephyr carb and it still has the Navy tag on it! I’m pretty sure the tube is an air bleed for the high speed circuit so leave it alone. My carb also has a short drain tube coming out of the throttle body right beside it. That’s probably there in case the motor floods.

    Zephyr-Carb-NOS-002

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    #195318

    Pretty sure without checking it’s 5/8″.

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    #195139

    A few years ago these motors came up on the old blue boards and I’m sure it was mentioned these motors were still in service as far as the late sixties.Maybe later.

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    #195136

    You 1964 3.5 horse single Sears/Elgin motor was built by McCulloch.

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    #195024

    I have some Zephyr carbs out in the garage and I’ll take a look at them when I get back from Timmies.

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    #194981

    Isn’t that the vent tube which fastens to the bottom of the tank? If it is, it’s been cut off.

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    #194962

    Dang, I like that idea for a home made puller. Good one!

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