+$600 Core Exchange Charge
Part# 08-06380
MFR Model# 10-4895-1-H
Marvel-Schebler Carb. No.OEM PNRebuilt PNOverhaul PN


Customer will need to provide core for overhaul in the event our supplier does not have cores available to overhaul.

Note: All Rebuilt & Overhauled Carb Purchases will be Charged an Additional fee for Core.
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So far, so good. No leaks, engine starts good. Was surprised to learn that the studs for mounting carb heat box, do not come with the rebuilt carburetor. Information was that those studs are an airframe part. The only place the studs are illustrated is in the Engine IPC and they are attached to the carburetor, with a P/N. Not a problem. Removed studs from removed carburetor for use on this s/n. All good!

Steve L
January 20, 2021

The rebuilt carburetor was promptly received and included gaskets. Most importantly the rebuilt carburetor performed perfectly. It solved a long term issue with the previous carburetor as verified by a recently installed engine monitor. Even though my old carburetor had been rebuilt some time ago it never did perform as well as expected. Purchasing an exchange carburetor with all the current updates and flow tested was a bargain. Core charge has already been returned.

Bruce R
December 10, 2020

The Product and quick delivery were fine However I am still awaiting my Core Credit.

August 5, 2020

Outstanding workmanship, swap out simple, everything was in Box !!!

Burt S
July 16, 2020

Purchased overhauled 10-4895-1 to replace original 10-4439 on Cessna 170B O-300B engine. After moving throttle arm position for full throttle travel and inserting mounting studs from old carb it was ready for install. Installation straight forward, idle speed and idle mixture adjustments made. Ramp test for static rpm, EGTs, carb heat, mag drops, idle speed, rpm rise on shut down all normal. Test flight, no issues, smooth throttle response. Corrected over-rich problem with old carb. Excellent overhaul workmanship and parts quality.

Jim A
June 30, 2020

OH carb arrived promptly, was correct. I returned the core and was credited promptly. Great service, competitive price.

Tom J
June 22, 2020

Quick and easy ordering and prompt delivery. You helped this first-time carburetor buyer feel confident I had the right choice and shipped it immediately. Thanks.

Ed F
June 19, 2020

A top quality rebuilt product.

Scott B
June 18, 2020

Carbs are great, excellent quality. Whatever you do, order BOTH gaskets. Got one today, had the wrong carb to intake gasket and no carb to heat box gasket. I had ordered the carb to heat box gasket cause the discription said the carb would come with the upper but a maybe on the lower. GUESS WHAT, it had been shipped with the wrong upper gasket! Called Marvel and they said the gaskets were a bonus so would not expedite a replacement. Carolyn @ Spruce steped up to a quick ship cause shes awesome. So a word to the wise! Also be sure you pull your studs for the heat box. And this little tool will make your life enjoyable cause if you try to use the 2 nut method, better order a 100 nuts!

Anthony T
March 4, 2020

Aircraft Spruce has the cheapest and most efficient carburetor exchange available. The new one came properly packaged with everything lock-tite and sealed as needed. Removing some of the screws to add accessories (carb temp, fuel metering, etc) were very difficult but good to know theyre not coming off.

Alex M
August 28, 2019


Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: What is the difference between Rebuilt and Overhauled carburetors? Is the work done by Marvel-Schebler or someone else?

Rebuilt units are torn down, and all parts are replaced to new spec. An overhauled unit is the unit torn down and only certain parts, not all, are replaced, but still inspected to new unit specs. The work is done by Marvel-Schebler.

Q: Will these overhauled carburetors come standard with a new EASA Form 1 or a USA Yellow Tag?

Per the supplier: They will be shipped with an 8130 form which will include the EASA number on it.

Q: Are the rebuilt and overhauled Marvel-Schebler carburetors furnished with gaskets?

Per the supplier: Rebuilt and overhauled MSA carburetors are supplied with the engine side mounting gasket. When the air box mounting gaskets are available, we include them. However, they are not always included.

Q: I see there is a $600 core fee. What is the process to return the core and how long does it take to get the $600 credited back once I do?

When we receive a core, our returns department does a visual of the unit to make sure the unit is complete, and if it is, we credit the core back to the customer. Generally from the time we issue credit and the amount is funded back to the customers bank account is 5-7 days. The credit memo will have a note that states we are crediting the core amount, under the assumption the unit is in overhaul-able condition. Once the manufacturer receives the unit, it is fully dis-assembled and inspected. If a structural part of the unit is broken, housing, bowl, etc., the replacement cost will be billed to the customer at that time.

Q: Is the warranty the same as direct from Marvel-Schebler: 2 years, 1,000 hours?

Yes, they are actually overhauled by Marvel and marketed as Tempest carb.

Q: Does the core carb have to be the same part number?

The core does have to be the same part number for full credit. The vendor may offer partial credit for a non-like core but it would depend on the part number of that core.

Q: What is the difference between a P/N 10-4895 and a P/N 10-4895-1?

The -1 shows compliance with service bulletin MSA-7, and indicates the carburetor is equipped with the fuel atomizing nozzle. The fuel atomizing nozzle is the most current design nozzle for the 10-4894-1 carburetor.

Q: Does the return core need to be the same as the one ordered? In other words if I order a Marvel-Schedler MA-4SPA 10-5009 can I return a 10-5135.

Yes that would be an acceptable core.

Q: Who does Aircraft Spruce use as their vendor to overhaul Marvel Carburetors?

The carburetors found on this page are overhauled by Tempest.

Q: Does the rebuilt carbs include an 8130 or i must order the form at extra cost?

All MSA carbs come with a domestic 8130-3 included. Export 8130, if required, must be requested at checkout.

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