Show Quality Rebuilt Carter Carburetor
Fits 46-49 Truck, Station Wagon with Carter WO

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Show Quality Rebuilt Carter Carburetor
Fits 46-49 Truck, Station Wagon with Carter WO

Rebuilt Carter WO Carburetor

Our rebuilt Carter carburetors are show quality and have a one-year factory warranty. They are color coded and calibrated and all linkage and hardware is replaced. You won't find a better rebuild anywhere. Guaranteed.

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Carter WO

4-134 L engine

46-49 Truck
46-49 Station Wagon

Customer core must be sent in prior. Call for details.

Unsure of your Carter number? They are stamped directly into the metal bowl. Check on the middle body for a vertical tag next to the metal accelerator linkage.

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Questions: I have completed a frame off restoration of a 1951 M38. Turned out real nice with many parts coming from Kaiser Willys. Billy Bob and associates owned my Jeep for years before it was put back to its' former glory. Prior ownership did a lot of inovated engineering to include putting a 4-134 Jeep engine in it out of a Jeep truck manufactured from 46-49. The only reason I say that is because the manufacturer p/n, serial number, on the water pump starts with a capital "T". Hopefully, I am correct in my assumption. The question is, do I use Item # 647744A as a replacement carburetor?
Question By: Don A. Birath on Jan 17 2019 8:04 PM
They orignally used a Carter YS on the Willys M38. But a Carter WO would work. Please call us toll free. Ask for Mike M. and i can go over options for you.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Jan 17 2019 12:04 PM
Questions: My 54 l6 226 has same carb your showing for the earlier 4cyl. Model trucks . Should i change what i have or get another one like i got?
Question By: Shane on Aug 8 2018 6:11 PM
That really wouldnt work on a 6-226. If you can call me toll free. Ask for Mike M. and I can try to help.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Aug 8 2018 11:13 AM
Questions: My '48 truck keeps flooding. Had the carb rebuilt locally. still flooded. then installed fuel regulator. Still flooded, twice. Local shop said the regulator was defective. Installed a different (Holly) regulator I got from you. Still flooded. Any thoughts? Could the float be bad and not noticed in rebuild? Is there a Solex, or other brand, to replace the Carter? I've sort of lost confidence.
Question By: Scott on May 6 2013 12:00 AM
I would check your float height that may be off. Or I would make sure you dont have a stuck valve.
Answer By: Willys Tech on May 7 2013 12:00 AM
Questions: what type of core must be provided and what condition do ou require? Please indicate if the core must match the this particular carb.
Question By: Don Burgess on Nov 21 2011 12:00 AM
The cores dont have to be perfect just complete. We ship you out what you send us in.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Nov 22 2011 12:00 AM
Questions: My Carter WO Core does not have the choke linkage #647799 on it. Is it still acceptable as a core for purchase of this rebuilt carb?
Question By: John B on May 16 2016 7:16 AM
Yes, that would still be acceptable to send in.
Answer By: Willys Tech on May 16 2016 5:50 AM