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    Hiawatha
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      anyone know what carb kit for evinrude 4423 #00896?

      thanks dave

      #285291
      crosbyman
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        1947  4423 .. 3.3hp  . must be similar to a HD  or TD ..?

        you would  need some leather  seals for the primer pump and  a float (Merc floats can be fitted)

        the rest is mostly cleaning   maybe cutting your own gasket     …see poche family site and Johnson  redbook

        Basic Carburetor Servicing Johnson H and T Series (pochefamily.org)

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        #285294
        Hiawatha
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          gotcha, thank you for your responce, dave

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          seakaye12
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            #285323
            crosbyman
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              see similar listing

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              David Bartlett
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                1947  4423 .. 3.3hp  . must be similar to a HD  or TD ..?

                you would  need some leather  seals for the primer pump and  a float (Merc floats can be fitted)

                the rest is mostly cleaning   maybe cutting your own gasket     …see poche family site and Johnson  redbook

                Basic Carburetor Servicing Johnson H and T Series (pochefamily.org)

                This carb is nothing like the one on a TD or HD,  Totally different animal. Supposedly the first carb designed using a computer, back in the day. It is unique.  Biggest issue is primer cups are hard to come by.

                Adjustment needle is very blunt, so a little bit of adjustment goes a LONG way. Adjust this one very slowly.

                David Bartlett
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                #285353
                crosbyman
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                  interesting I had no pics of the animal .. I guess Evinrude and Jonson has two masters   the 50-60s  J&E are almost twins 🙂

                  any chance  for pictures ??

                  thanks for the update

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