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2stroked
08-28-2011, 11:13 PM
Hi, I recently picked up a older husqvarna 322l for 20$. It looks pretty rough someone left it outside for a while, but it's got great compression and no scoring marks on the piston or cylinder. I know it needs a carb rebuild because it bogs and doesn't run great. The problem is it has a Walbro carb, but on parts tree.com on every year model all the carb kits are for Zama carbs. I have a Walbro.....WTF? Does any one know if the zama kit is the same for the Walbro, or what? Any help would be appreciated because I would really like to get this thing up and running. Thanks!

Restrorob
08-28-2011, 11:37 PM
Someone likely changed the carb along the way, Look a kit up with the number stamped in the carb.....

http://walbro.com/

Click on "Service & Aftermarket" Then "Aftermarket Parts & Service", Enter your carb number in the search box.....

2stroked
08-29-2011, 07:12 PM
Someone likely changed the carb along the way, Look a kit up with the number stamped in the carb.....

http://walbro.com/

Click on "Service & Aftermarket" Then "Aftermarket Parts & Service", Enter your carb number in the search box.....

Thanks, that's what I thought originally, but I was just trying to make sure there wasn't a 322l made with that carb. Where could I find the number on it I've looked all over it and I can't seem to find anything. Thanks for your help

Restrorob
08-29-2011, 11:02 PM
Here's a example, You can see the number stamped in the side;


http://i107.photobucket.com/albums/m314/Restrorob/All%20Engines/Walbro2CycleCarbNumberLocation.jpg

2stroked
08-30-2011, 06:05 PM
Here's a example, You can see the number stamped in the side;


http://i107.photobucket.com/albums/m314/Restrorob/All%20Engines/Walbro2CycleCarbNumberLocation.jpg

Thanks I actually figured it out yesterday when I cleaned all the crap off of it. Now all I got to do is find out where I can buy the gasket that goes in between the carb and the carb mount, because they don't sell them with the rebuild kit. Or at least that's what it looks like in the pictures