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Tecumseh carburetor ID

Picked up some Gunk carburetor cleaner yesterday off craigslist and was given a Tecumseh carburetor also. Don't know what the carb came off of. Any idea on how i can find out what size motor this is for? The serial number is 5002c0j. Has 10 stamped on body.
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The main difference is the bore size, I think from the 8-11HP are the same and 7hp and down are the smaller bore, Adjustable jets will make it even more universal.

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looks like an aftermarket 8-11hp carb to me with a fixed jet


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The 5002 stamped number crosses over to a Tecumseh 640349 carb which fits 8,9 and 10 hp motors. Having a chrome looking bowl tells me it is an after market model?

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Thanks for the replies. May give it a good cleaning and rebuild.
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