Camfield jetting suggestions needed

Just finished porting and upgrading the carb and pipe on this late 40's Camfield Automatic Pop-up. I am thinking the 72 jet is spot on... opinions?

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Brad William /

Let the pun begin

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Brad William /

Wasting your time. That was toast to begin with.

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Pushrod Fifty /

If my wife were to jet a carb, it would be the 80.

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68... but I prefer a 69 in almost all applications.

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Pushrod Fifty /

68 on a good day.

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My dad has an old Crosley floor model tube radio like that.

I’m supposed to inherit it and restore it someday. Does yours work?

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enegines shouldnt be designed by people who are in bread

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Pushrod Fifty /

I have a 1938 Philco upright shortwave, I've had it since 1985 and used it alot, it still works but needs new caps.

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YEP - turn it on and hear the gentle hmmmmmmm and the radio signal slowly wades through until it over powers the background humm with its very rich tone in all of its deep bass monotone glory...

...great for heating up the cellar as well, those tubes warm up really quickly...

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> My dad has an old Crosley floor model tube radio like that.

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> I’m supposed to inherit it and restore it someday. Does yours work?

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Shouldn't that be a French toast jet chart???

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You need a different toaster for that...

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> Shouldn't that be a French toast jet chart???

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> You need a different toaster for that...

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> > Shouldn't that be a French toast jet chart???

I know and you're right. But it was an inside joke cause as I remember, you are in Quebec.

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hahaha - indeed - also a lot of folks in North America dont know that Peugeot Bros made all sorts of kitchen appliances...

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> I know and you're right. But it was an inside joke cause as I remember,

> you are in Quebec.

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Brad William /

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> 68... but I prefer a 69 in almost all applications.

But why was 6 angry at 7?

B'cuz 7 8 9.

That was 6's job

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Pushrod Fifty /

Wow variated mixers!

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> > 68... but I prefer a 69 in almost all applications.

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> But why was 6 angry at 7?

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> B'cuz 7 8 9.

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> That was 6's job

6 got off easy that day... :p

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Mike Scouty McScoutington /

I love the Peugeot pepper mills. Most people don't know they invented those back in the 1840s or 50s.

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