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Ford Autolite 4100 Floats Primary & Secondary Carburetor Float Set on 2040-parts.com

US $16.75
Location:

Hackett, Arkansas, United States

Hackett, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Brand:Walker Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:4041 Warranty:Other Interchange Part Number:4041 Type:Ford 4100 Floats Surface Finish:Brass

Welcome to Mountain Man Fuel Systems. If you do not see the carburetor or the part you need or would like a quote on Rebuilding your carburetor Call 479-639-2022 or Email .

1958-69 Ford Autolite 4100 Carburetor  Primary & Secondary floats 

We also have the rebuild Kits, Fast Idle Lever, Secondary Diaphragm Rocker Arm,  and Electric Choke kits for some 4100.

We generally ship the next day, but definitely within 2 days. (excluding special order items.)

We thank you for looking; Ted & Ardell

Mountain Man Fuel Systems 479-639-2022

 

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