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How do I identify my Zama carb?

How do I identify my Zama carb?

The carburetor body number identifies the carburetor type. The major types of Zama carburetors include the C1M, C1Q, C1T, C1U, C3, C3A and the C3M. One of these designations will be stamped on the carburetor, thus identifying the carburetor type. Reference the model number.

Who owns Zama carburetor?

Stihl International GmbH
Zama Group

Zama Group logo
Formerly Shinagawa Die-Casting Co. Ltd.
Production output 12 million carburetors, 4 million oil-pumps (2019)
Owner Stihl International GmbH
Number of employees 2414 (2019)

Where is the part number on a Zama carburetor?

Zama model numbers are located on the body of the carburetor. The model numbers are easily viewed with the carburetor removed.

What is a Ruixing carburetor?

Ruixing Carburetor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Zhejiang established in 1983, is a large-scale carburetor manufacturer for general gasoline engines, consisting of products development, manufacturing, sales and service. The company now has production plant of 30,000 m2.

Who makes Walbro carburetors?

The Carlyle Group
Tokyo, Japan – Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) today announced that it has acquired 100% of the outstanding shares of Walbro Engine Management, a global small engine parts manufacturer, from Sun Capital Partners.

When did Stihl buy Zama?

The STIHL Group took over carburetor manufacturer Zama, i.e. Zama Japan KK and Zama Corporation, Ltd., Hong Kong, on December 31, 2008. Zama is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of carburetors for handheld outdoor power tools and a long-standing supplier to STIHL.

What brand carburetor does Stihl use?

Stihl 018 Walbro Carburetor No. 1130-120-0601. This aftermarket Stihl carburetor replaces part number 1130-120-0600 Walbro WT-325A. Make sure your carburetor is a Walbro not Zama.

How do I know which carburetor rebuild kit to buy?

Using your carburetor number is the BEST way to get the proper carb kit. 99.9% of all carburetors have an identification number located on the carburetor. Some numbers are stamped directly into the carburetor, others used a tag attached to one of the carb body screws.

How do you know if your carburetor needs to be rebuilt?

4 Signs Your Carburetor Needs Cleaning

  1. It just won’t start. If your engine turns over or cranks, but doesn’t start, it could be due to a dirty carburetor.
  2. It’s running lean. An engine “runs lean” when the balance of fuel and air gets thrown off.
  3. It’s running rich.
  4. It’s flooded.