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Exclamation what carburetor do i have?

i have my 71 f250 camper special and i know the carb was rebuilt before i bought the truck and the ID tag is missing. anyone know any other ways to identify it? i can get as many photos as needed. PLEASE HELP.
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it also has a cast number in the side of it. number is 1.21 which i have read is the venturi size.
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As old as it is, it would be hard to tell without maybe a pic or some more details. It could be stock or aftermarket. Does it say Motorcraft, Holley, Carter?



1994 F150 XLT ExCab SB 306, 4R70w, 8.8 3.55 open, MSD StreetFire coil, Taylor Siro Pro wires, MSD cap and rotor, 1.72 Roller Rockers, 2º cam advance w/ Cloyes Street True Roller timing set, Flat top Hyperutectic pistons, Flowtech Long Tube headers, Xpipe, High flow Magnaflow converters, Spintech XL Sportsman DIDO muffler.

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i know its a stock one. ill attach photos in the next reply to this thread
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Ok.



1994 F150 XLT ExCab SB 306, 4R70w, 8.8 3.55 open, MSD StreetFire coil, Taylor Siro Pro wires, MSD cap and rotor, 1.72 Roller Rockers, 2º cam advance w/ Cloyes Street True Roller timing set, Flat top Hyperutectic pistons, Flowtech Long Tube headers, Xpipe, High flow Magnaflow converters, Spintech XL Sportsman DIDO muffler.

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these are all the photos i have.
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Quick research shows it could be a Holley 2300 or a Ford 2100. Both are 2bbl



1994 F150 XLT ExCab SB 306, 4R70w, 8.8 3.55 open, MSD StreetFire coil, Taylor Siro Pro wires, MSD cap and rotor, 1.72 Roller Rockers, 2º cam advance w/ Cloyes Street True Roller timing set, Flat top Hyperutectic pistons, Flowtech Long Tube headers, Xpipe, High flow Magnaflow converters, Spintech XL Sportsman DIDO muffler.

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it has 1.21" venturi and i think the casting is 1JAKA on the mounting tab
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i am almost 100% sure its not a holley
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And upon further reasearch it's a Ford 2100. The Holley has the accelerator pump underneath the bowl wheras the 2100 is on the front of the bowl. Hope this helps.

Holley 2300

Ford 2100



1994 F150 XLT ExCab SB 306, 4R70w, 8.8 3.55 open, MSD StreetFire coil, Taylor Siro Pro wires, MSD cap and rotor, 1.72 Roller Rockers, 2º cam advance w/ Cloyes Street True Roller timing set, Flat top Hyperutectic pistons, Flowtech Long Tube headers, Xpipe, High flow Magnaflow converters, Spintech XL Sportsman DIDO muffler.



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