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Tried to look up my carb # to purchase a rebuild kit, and I could not find it. Anyone know what it is? The # on the Carb (4bbl Quad) is 17057209; second line is 0677 AKW Thanks!


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That carb is for a 1977 Something! I found a 17057210 carb for a 77 Vette, even looked at all the other GM products with Quadrajets for 77, but that number only came up on a bulletin with some revisions to the carb adjustments. Your local parts store may show the application in their book as many aftermarket carb kits fit more than one car.
 

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Bob,
If it is not your original carb, it is possible that it is a marine one. They used some oddball numbers that never show up in the rebuild kit books. Mercruiser used nothing but q-jets for a long long time and I have seen a lot of them end up on cars.


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I could not find this number either. For whats it worth I have an GM to AC-Delco cross reference book and 17057209=AC-Delco part number 24-3286. Here's the other part numbers thats cross reference to this AC-Delco PN,
17057203
17057219

Of these numbers only 17057203 is listed in the interchange. It was for 1977 Chevy's and was a model M4MC and for 350V8's. It either like Bill says or for some other specific application that appears not to be automobile.

0677 appears to be a date code June 1977??
 
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