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Well that explains why I couldn't get the pickup point early despite lots of fiddling with the truck baseplates!

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Hello All,

Fwiw, I have a #17085212. It came from a motorhome chassis 454 [with peanut ...360 heads] that my buddy bought for the eng/trans. He's going to dress it up like a 396/325, so he had no use for the carb. It looks like herder's ...041.

It's TH400 has a trans date code of '89 [89-FKF]. Afaik, the carb number say '85, but the home had 30K miles, and it sure looks to be original.


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I think they cheated a little with the production year stampings there towards the end. For instance the dual-capacity pump versions were used across several years, but 95% or more of them are all marked 17085226.

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cat herder wrote:
I think they cheated a little with the production year stampings there towards the end. For instance the dual-capacity pump versions were used across several years, but 95% or more of them are all marked 17085226.


Dual capacity pumps? Tell me more.


Mon Dec 14, 2015 7:18 pm
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Doug Roe's book, p.64
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Listings of 5226's:
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=17085226

They do not need the truck computer to use the solenoid, a thermo switch & relay can do the same function. Could also have an override/defeat/enable switch on the dash to do it manually. It's simply either on or off, not a PWM/duty cycle thing like the CCC carbs.

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Mon Dec 14, 2015 8:10 pm
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I'll be darned. I wondered what the little elec connection was on the non ccc carbs. I have the Roe book, but I admit to never have reading the section on those carbs.

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Tue Dec 15, 2015 11:21 pm
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dave brode wrote:
Hello All,

Fwiw, I have a #17085212. It came from a motorhome chassis 454 [with peanut ...360 heads] that my buddy bought for the eng/trans. He's going to dress it up like a 396/325, so he had no use for the carb. It looks like herder's ...041.

It's TH400 has a trans date code of '89 [89-FKF]. Afaik, the carb number say '85, but the home had 30K miles, and it sure looks to be original.


Dave


I took it apart today. Correction, it looks like herder's ...213. No auxiliary bleeds on the secondary. Normal APT.


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