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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-19-2017, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
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Carb ID

My 64 F100 carb has a tag, I cant figure out what it means. Any help?

C3TP J
B3L B



1964 F100 292/AT (mine)
2010 F150 Scab (mine)
2014 Mustang V6 Premium Convertible (hers)
2012 Caliber (hers under protest)
2015 Indian Vintage (mine)
2007 Harley Heritage Softail Classic (hers)
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Heres a pic.
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1964 F100 292/AT (mine)
2010 F150 Scab (mine)
2014 Mustang V6 Premium Convertible (hers)
2012 Caliber (hers under protest)
2015 Indian Vintage (mine)
2007 Harley Heritage Softail Classic (hers)
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Good that it still has the id tag. I wish I had saved the parts books we threw out every year when I worked in a ford dealer parts dept in the 70". I would bet its correct for the truck, generally, c is the 60's, b is the 50's, d is the 70's, 3 is the first year it was used, then the next 2 letters are for a vehicle line, tp is trucks, az ford car, zz, dz a falcon etc etc mustang, Do you just want a rebuild kit, if so a good parts store or some on line research should be able to get it crossed over.
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All Ford carburetors use the same basic 9510 number so it is left off of the tag. The complete part number for your carb is C3TP-9510-J.
I see that it is mounted on a Y-Block.
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