My name is Ron Kellogg. I have been building multiple carb setups, nearly full time since I retired, over 15 years ago. The purpose of this webpage is to show you my restoration work on various multiple carb setups. I have been involved in the street rod hobby for many years. In fact, our car club, in Peoria, Illinois, helped put on the first Street Rod National Show in 1970. I still own and drive the same 1931 Ford roadster that was in that 1970 show. Yes, it has a tripower, on a small block Chevy.
I can build you a tripower for your application, or can restore your setup. I build my own progressive linkage, fuel blocks, and fuel lines. The carbs I restore are Strombergs, Holley 94s, and Rochesters. I do not use the term rebuild. A carb restoration involves much more.
I remove and mic the throttle shafts, remove, and clean the emulsion tubes in the Stromberg carbs, run wires through orifices, add new fuel inlet threads, where needed. Most visible screws are replaced. All parts gently glass beaded to clean them up and remove imperfections. Sealing the secondary carb throttle blades is very important. I use a factory sealer, (DAG,) to accomplish a near-perfect seal. I send out all rods, levers, and throttle arms for Zinc plating.