67 Scout 800 Holley carb 1904

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  1. Greg704

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    if i have a 1967 Scout 800, 4 clyd . 4wd. it has a holley Carb, is it most likly a 1904?
     
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    here are some pics to help. it seems to be leaking around the "fuel bowl" plan on rebuilding it. i think...



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    Yep, that's a 1904.
     
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    Any idea on the best place for a rebuild kit? the right one?
     
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    The kit is Standard Motor Products P/N 537A. RockAuto has it, or you should be able to cross-reference this number at your local auto parts store. NAPA crosses this number to 25213.
     
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    I just rebuilt mine with a rockauto kit. Seems to be fine.
     
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    I just rebuilt one for an 800 using the NAPA kit. Carb good.

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