Chevrolet Carburetor Identification

Chevrolet – Carter

Year
Model/Eng
Cyl
Carburetor Make
* Carb Type
Original Carb #
1935 Carter W-1 284S, 321S
35-36 Carter W-1 319S, 334S, 335S
37 Carter W-1 346S
37-38 Fleet Carter W-1 358S
38 Carter W-1 391S
39-40 Carter W-1 420S
39-40 Fleet Carter W-1 434S
41-42 Carter W-1 483S
41-42 Fleet Carter W-1 492S
??-56
All
6
C-1
756S, 787S, 788S, 789S, 964S,965S, 966S, 967S, 2008S, 2100S, 2101S
41-49
216
6
C-1
730S
50-54 3700, 3900, 5000 235 Carter BB Updraft 745S, 871s, 2075s
55
265
8
C-4
2218S, 2351S
55-60
265, 283
8
C-2
2286S, 3081S
56
8
C-4
2394S
56-57
265 ,283
8
C-4
2366S, SA, 2505S, SA, 2555S, 2655S
56-60
2 carbs used
8
C-4
2362S, 2419S, 2613S, 2614S, 2626S, 2627S
58
348
8
C-4
2656S, 2657S
58-60
283
8
C-4
2669S, 2818S, 3059S
58-60
348
8
C-4
2859S, 2897S, 3012S
59-60
348
8
C-4
2816S, 2817S, 3060S, 3061S
59-60
283 A/T & M/T
8
C-2
3566S, 3714S

Chevrolet Carburetor Identification – Rochester

Year
Model/Eng
Cyl
Carb Type
Original Carb #
32-50
M/T
6
B
7001374, 7002050
32-52
M/T Serv Carb
6
B
7004475
M/T Serv Carb
6
BC
7004620, 7005060
50
A/T
6
BC
7003060
50-51
A/T Serv Carb
6
B
7003986, 7004495
51
M/T
6
B
7003152
M/T
6
B
7003865
A/T
6
B
7003160
52
M/T
6
B
7004477
A/T
6
BC
7003526
53
M/T
6
BC
7004915
A/T
6
BC
7004478
54-56
M/T
6
BC
7005921, 7007181, 7009255
A/T
6
BC
7005922, 7007180, 7009254
 
w/ Gov M/T
6
BC
7005982, 7007172, 7009253
55
M/T
8
2GC
7006825, 7008005
 
A/T
8
2GC
7005810, 7008004
56
M/T
8
2GC
7008387
 
A/T
8
2GC
7008388
w/Gov M/T
8
2GC
7009345
A/T
8
4GC
7008737
57
M/T
6
BC
7009657
Canada
7011657
w/Gov M/T
6
BC
7009784
A/T
6
BC
7009656
Canada
A/T
6
BC
7011656
57
M/T
8
2GC
7010674, 7011131
w/Gov M/T
8
2GC
7010719, 7011149
A/T
8
2GC
7010648, 7011224
 
A/T
8
4GC
7009846, 7012126
58
M/T
6
BC
7012127
 
w/Gov M/T
6
BC
7012129
A/T
6
BC
7011102
w/Gov A/T
6
BC
7012502
M/T
8
2GC
7012133, 7012451
A/T
8
2GC
7012500
 
A/T
8
2GC
7012452, 7013652
283 A/T
8
4GC
7012128
348 A/T
8
4GC
7011108
Tripple Power Pack
   Front & Rear
8
2G
7011951, 53, 7012851, 53
   Center
8
2GC
7011952, 7012503
59-60
283 A/T
8
4GC
7013004, 10, 7015004, 10
348 A/T
8
4GC
7013006, 12, 7015006, 12
 
A/T
6
BC
7013000
M/T
8
2GC
7013007
All A/T
8
2GC
7013008, 18, 82
59-60
A/T Opt
6
BC
7013956
M/T
6
BC
7013003
M/T Opt
6
BC
7013955
w/Vel Gov
6
BC
7013005
 
Tripple Power Pack
   Front & Rear
8
2G
7013015, 17
  Center A/T
8
2GC
7013016, 26
  Center M/T
8
2GC
7013020
Tripple Power Pack
  Front & Rear M/T
8
2G
7013973, 75
  M/T Center
8
2GC
7013974

13 thoughts on “Chevrolet Carburetor Identification

  1. Tja Mike!
    Undrar vilket reparations kit ska jag ha till min förgasare som har betäckning 7005604 och var kan man beställa det?
    Mvh/ Rodde

  2. Hi Mike,
    I have a 1952 Deluxe with a 235 L6. It ran but was have an issue with fuel getting to the carb. replace the old fuel pump with one that has a glass site and filter on top. My carb is a Carter YF 2101S. After fuel pump replacement it cranked up once and fuel began flowing out a small maybe 1/8 hole at the top on the float side. was told my pump is flowing to many gph. Could this be a float issue as the old filter between pump and carb was full of rust particles. Thank You.

    • Knowing the W-1, it probably is full of rust and dirt, which will surely cause it to flood.

      The new pump should be tested for pressure. Check your motors manual, but I would think 3 lbs or less. New pumps are always suspect.

  3. I have a 1948 chevy pickup with a 216 motor. It has a Carter W-1. The brass tag # is 839987. I can not make out any other numbers. With trying to do find a rebuild kit–there are conflicting facts on the internet. Can you help? I have purchased a couple of kits with no luck. One kit had the correct gaskets with incorrect jets—-another kit didn’t have anything as far as hardware.

  4. Yes the flange gasket. This sits between the base of the carb flange and a 5/8″ thick Plastic insulator on the manifold. The insulator has slots in it that align with the holes in the bottom of the flange and the “slots” in the gasket (on the interior throat edge). I assume these holes feed fuel during acceleration. Regardless, the position of one of my holes aligns with the gasket (the 11 oclock position) and the second hole had been covered by the gasket (the 2 o’clock position) because the other slot in the gasket is at 1 o’clock . A picture might be helpful but I can’t figure out how to insert it.

    In my quest for info I seem to recall this base/flange with the 788 cast number may have been from a Willis and not original to the Chevy 235.

  5. I have a Carter YF on my ’54 235 chevy and it is marked 2100S . I have been through your videos and various posts on stovebolt.com (where I learned about you guys).

    My throttle body has a cast 788 number on it and my question is about the holes on the bottom of the throttle body where they meet the insulator. The gaskets in your kit don’t appear to match these hole locations and the slots in my insulator do not either. When I took it apart, one of the holes was actually covered up by the gasket so no fuel was getting into the manifold from this hole.

    My specific question is: should I make a gasket to match the holes and create a new slot in the insulator to allow both ports to function?

    • Hi Don.

      Are you referring to the gasket between the carburetor flange and the manifold? I’m not sure I understand what insulator you are referring to and I want to be sure we are talking about the same gasket. I want to be careful here, because it would be very unusual for any gasket to not fit correctly. This kit (1111 you should have), has been around a long time and nothing should need to be modified.

      covered up by the gasket so no fuel was getting into the manifold from this hole.

      No fuel should be using this route to get into the manifold.

      I’ll await for your update.
      Mike

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