There has been several threads mentioning the U&J carbs. as well as for sale and bought recently. I thought someone may like to see the new group of sales literature I recently acquired for the U&J carbs. The first 12 photos all came in the envelope. The others are some I collected from Jays posts or from the web.
Wow, that's cool Donnie. Your E-6 page would have been a great reference when I was rebuilding mine sine someone tampered with it before I acquired it. Thanks for posting
That is a great find! I have a little U & J literature but not that much.
I wonder if they ever thought their carbs would end up like this?
And then this??
Here's some past U&J threads here on the Forum.
Stan, the bowl on the dirty carb is what mine looked like. I think they all look something like that. This envelope with the 11 pieces of literature was a recent e-bay find. 9.00 start price and very cheap shipping. I was the only bid. The listing did not have the words "model T" in it, so the seller lost most of his potential market. So now it is with the rest of my original literature.
That gas brass 90 degree fitting in your 'after' picture is just like the fitting you included in the U&J you restored for me. Inside the flange its threaded for a 1/8" PT. That made the gas line kinda complicated. How did you decide on that type fitting? I used a restored brass fitting like in your 'before' picture. I really enjoy the performance the U&J gives
I include a modern brass fitting that will take a compression ferrule and nut for copper or brass line when I ship them now. It is threaded 1/8 NPT so it fits in the elbow. Or I remove the bronze elbow before I ship the carb. Up until recently the fitting with the 1/2 x 18 TPI elbow was not available. Or if they were I didn't have them.
All you would have had to do is remove the elbow and replace it with the standard Model T carb elbow.
They are wonderful carburetors.