Back in service
Mercury Industrial Truck: nothing about it on the internet - probably from the late 30s or 40s. Also, the 6-cylinder engine is not original (frame was cut to fit it in.) I knew absolutely nothing about carburetors and couldn't find anyone in the area who would work on the old truck.
Found this site, learned how to identify the carburetor. Watched the videos, ordered the kit. In the meantime, downloaded the manufacturer's instructions from the site, disassembled and cleaned the carb.
Kit arrived and the rebuild went without a hitch. The engine fired up immediately and runs far better than it has in the last 10 years.
When the truck died, I could barely tell the difference between the carb and the distributor. In the end, with the parts kit and very good support from the site, I learned enough to remove, disassemble, clean, rebuild the carb and get that old truck back in service.
Reviewed by: Clark from Georgetown, Texas.