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Old 08-28-2013, 10:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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AutoMagic Carbs

Anybody familiar with or know anything about these carbs. The look almost identical to a stock Tecumseh carb but they have the name "AutoMagic" cast into the body.



I have owned two of them now....and Mountain Man George has one on his H50 powered Hilltopper...all of them are on bikes that appear to be 100% original survivors...

I googled it but came up empty.....



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mytractorforum.com has some info on the replacement carbs.
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hmmmm...certainly appears these were replacement carbs although it does allude to the fact that Sears may have used them as standard equipment


I don't know what they're talking about...no choke...the ones I had both had regular lever chokes.
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hmmmm...certainly appears these were replacement carbs although it does allude to the fact that Sears may have used them as standard equipment.
You're absolutely right. Kinda similar to Craftsman?
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There is one on Guardrail Dave's HS 40 I just painted.
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There is one on Guardrail Dave's HS 40 I just painted.
See.....it's Magic !!!
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they were used on mini bike motors I have some of them. I'll have to look out int he shop if I have any on motors right now and if they OG. My 350ss came stock with one: (if you click and blow it up you can see the casting)

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ahhh see now we're getting somehwere....I had convinced myself these carbs had to be OEM equipment....
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one was on my 1974 hs40, Nice engine markus!!!
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Learn something new every day here. Nice looking motor Marcus.
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