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    Hello one and all. My name is Chris. I have recently acquired a 75 Scout II. It had sat for quite some time and the 2210 carb was all gummed up. Despite many cleanings I just can't get it to idle.

    So I bought a carb off ebay that was for a 345 IH. It looked right in the picture but now that I have it, it think it is wrong. First off it is manual choke. Second it has what appears to be vacuum actuated primarys. It is a 2 barrel. There are no vaccum connections.

    The numbers I can make out are

    LIST-1707-3S on the choke body

    and

    6R 4393 B on the flat round part where the secondaries would be if it were a 4 barrel.

    Any help telling me if this is indeed for a Scout would be great. Thanks.

  • #2
    Can you get a picture of it to post here?

    I have seen something like what you describe, it was on a Scout with a blown motor do to jetting... Many ford carbs will bolt on to our manifold even a two barrel that has secondaries of a pinto.

    Be careful!
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    • #3
      Here ya go:
      Attached Files

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      • #4
        That looks like a Holley 2300 that came on some IH V-8s
        Check out this Holley ID page:
        http://www.carbs.net/CarbID/HolleyID.htm

        So what's wrong?
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        • #5
          That's what I thought also, but it is not. The linkage is totally wrong, the thing that you think is the choke pull off is actually a vacuum diaphram that works the main butterflys. There are no vacuum ports at all, not even a crankcase ventalation port. Nothing. I am guess this is either very old, or for a boat or something special.

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          • #6
            Very strange!
            In the picture it looks like no throttle linkage hook-up either?

            Vacuum controlled throttle shaft, butterflies?
            Wonder if it is off some kind of generator?
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            • #7
              Called Holley.

              They say it is for a 345 International Truck. It is a govener control carb not used for street vechiles. Too bad. It is brand new. If anyone would be interested I'll sell it.

              Email me [email protected]

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              • #8
                I don't see why you could not make it work.
                If there is a throttle shaft on the drivers side you could mount an arm on it for the cable.
                The governor looks like it screws on right where the elec choke goes.
                It may not be a bolt on but I think if you took a little time you could make it work.
                I mean we are running fuel injection on IH scouts so how hard can a carb be????
                The base carb looks the same as the 2300 like mark said.
                The brass fitting on the governor side, screwed into the metering block, should be your ported vacuum. That's where all of mine were.

                Can you show some side shots?

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