Gaining on it. I've been working on this off and on for 7 or 8 months. Had to find a couple parts carbs for it. It had a lot of pipe wrench and hammer adjustment and had laid in the mud for 40 or 50 years before they dug it out and sent it to me. Should have it done tomorrow and test run and in the mail. I figure I have as much time in this as I would have in 8 or 10 OF rebuilds. It's not all profit. Turning out pretty cool tho. I'll post more photos tomorrow, just too tired tonight to finish putting it together.
It is a Kingston twin fuel carb for a 1910 Hart Paar tractor.
The twin 5-ball Kingstons were also used on the big Avery tractors.
A good surgeon could separate them.
Dr. Ben Carson said he had separated conjoined Twins.
The ball covers and steel balls are larger then the 5 ball for Model T Fords. None of the parts seem to fit the Ford model.
This is a huge carburetor. It is almost a foot long, weighs about 10 pounds and has 11/16ths balls. I had to make a couple ball caps for it. There is nothing that would interchange with a 4 or 5 ball for Model T's.
Nice. Is it a dualfuel,or all gas?
It is a dual gasoline/kerosene. By the way, 11/16 balls are hard to find.
Done, leak tested, test run, in a box, gone tomorrow. 16 lbs, 6 oz.