Carburetors for old Dodge Trucks : DODGE TRUCKS 1936

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DODGE TRUCKS 1936

Form 61938—Canadian
DODGE TRUCKS, 1936
January, 1936
Reprinted January, 1945
CARBURETERS
No. CTF I —List Price $22.05
No. ETGI—List Price $29.40
DODGE TRUCKS
1936
(CTFI Superseded by 439S `ETGI Superseded by ETR I R/
A $3.75 exchange allowance is deducted from the list price if buyer turns in the carbureter which is replaced by a CTH2,
list price $22.05. $5.00 exchange allowance on ETG I, when replaced by ETJ2, list price $29.40
TRUCK CARI3URETER INDEX
Carburetor Symbol Motor Bore & Starting Starting Serial Numbers
Sales Stroke Motor Nos.
Detroit Los Angeles
CTFI LC T23 31/8 x43/8 T23-1001 8105601 9287701
CTFI LE30 T25 31/8 x 43/8 T25-100I 8378051 9260551
CTFI LE3I 'T25 31/8 x43/8 T25-100I 8378051 9260551
CTFI LE32 T25 31/8 x 43/8 T25-1001 8378051 9260551
CTFI LF35 T26 31/4 x 43/8 T26-100I 8388201 9245701
CTFI LF36 T26 31/4 x 43/8 T26-100I 8388201 9245701
CTFI LF37 T26 31/4 x 43/8 T26-100I 8388201 9245701
ETGI LH45 T27 33/8 x 41/2 T27-100I 8510101 9274001
ETGI LH46 T27 33/8 x 41/2 T27-100I 8510101 9274001
ETGI LH47 T27 33/8 x 41/2 T27-100I 8510101 9274001
ETGI LH48 T27 33/8 x 41/2 T27-100I 8510101 9274001
MOTOR TUNE-UP—BE ACCURATE! ALWAYS USE FEELER GAUGES!
CAUTION: Change worn or leaky flange gaskets. Tighten manifold bolts and test compression before adjusting carburetor.
IGNITION TIMING Breaker Points to Open:
Models LC-LE30-LE3I-LE32
.004" or 3' After Top Dead Center
Models LF35-LF36-LF37
.002" or 20 After Top Dead Center
Models LH45-LH46-LH47-LH48
Top Dead Center
VALVES
Intake .006"
Exhaust .008"
SET BREAKER POINTS .020"
FLOAT LEVEL 5/64 Inch From Edge of Casting
IDLE SCREW
SETTING
ETG I
¼-1 turn open
CTFI
Y8-3/4 turn open
SPARK PLUG GAP .025"
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CARBURETER ADJUSTMENTS
In hot weather, high altitudes, or when high test gasoline is used, connect pump link in inner hole, giving shorter stroke.
Maximum economy is secured only when breaker points, spark plugs, valves and motor timing are set to manufacturer's specifications. After motor is properly tuned, the following should also be done to insure satisfactory performance and economy:
(a) Float level must be set as above.
(b) Step-up rod in step-up jet must sea' and move freely. When reassembling, jet must be screwed in tight against seat.
(c) Step-up piston in body casting should not bind and must be free of dirt.
(d) Main metering jet can be replaced with leaner than standard metering jets, for altitude or high test fuel.
Caution: Do not attempt to gauge metering jets with drills. These jets have been flow-tested, to insure correct fuel flow.
If carbureter loads up after considerable service, check float level. Wear on lip of, float lever will raise float level. Before adjusting float, be sure float lever pin plug is firmly seated. Reset float level by bending lip of float lever away from needle to raise level, or bend lip toward needle to lower float level. Bend vertical lip of float only.
If motor stalls while idling, set throttle lever adjusting screw so motor runs approximately 300 rpm. Then set idle adjustment screw as instructed above. If these adjustments do not correct the trouble, remove idle orifice tube and plug assembly and clean with compressed air.
If acceleration is not satisfactory remove pump jet and clear with compressed air. Also examine pump link setting. Pump link has three holes giving short, medium and long strokes. If link is set to short stroke, reset to give longer stroke to pump piston.
Copyright 1936