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Old 07-11-2016, 06:31 AM
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Default Help identifying Walbro carburetor number

The engine is a BME 105.

I have a Walbro Carb. and am looking for the right number to use to order a rebuild kit

There is an SDC number on it with an 80 stamped a little distance from the SDC label.

There is a 21-85 on pump cover and 48 on the venturi.

The throttle has a 34-92 stamped on it.

I am guessing that SDC 80 might be the correct number to use when selecting a kit but I only see SDC-80-1 on the Walbro site not just plain SDC 80.
Old 07-11-2016, 07:30 AM
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Use the SDC80 #
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Yes, the SDC 80 is a very common carb. Especially on some older engines. You need a K10-SDC kit. The -1 number usually refers a certain arm or other configuration variation and not the base carburetor.
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This will help. Dan.

http://wem.walbro.com/walbro/partnum...anuItemNumber=
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While product listings are nice, so many carbs we use are considered obsolete and are no longer available from Walbro. Many obsolete carbs and parts are available in the market though as they were produced in very large numbers. New old stock abounds with just a bit of looking.
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So if I needed a new one where would be the best place to look?

Thanks for the help!
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http://www.jackssmallengines.com/jac.../walbro/sdc801
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Ebay is your best bet for an sdc 80 or an equally good walbro wj 7 carb , both are obsolete so you just have to keep looking frequently . You could also use carbs for 3w 100 or da 100 engines
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The WJ71 as used on most of the 85, 90, 100 and 120 sized engines should be an excellent replacement for the SDC80. They are the same physical size carb though I believe the venturi on the WJ71 may be a tiny bit smaller. The WJ71 is still a current production carb and available at very reasonable prices .... about $50 or so.
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your advices just saved me
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if it weren’t for your posts, I would not have found my carburetor number and could not have replaced it
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Thank you for the explanation, I was really curious about how does it work. Now, thanks to your post, I know it. I couldn't find anything about it on the internet, so you have really saved me. I had a lot of problems with that numbers, and didn't know what to do. I have even google about the mystical meaning of that numbers, and have read on https://www.sunsigns.org/angel-number-234-meaning/ that every number has a special power. I don't know if it's true, who knows. But it is really strange.

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