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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-11-2002, 10:41 PM
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Exhaust manifolds

I was just wondering if any of you have any of you have any exhaust manifolds sitting around in your garages at home that you would part with. I'm gettin real frusterated with my headers that are on it now.........since it is the third time I've had them off in the last month to fix a leak and still haven't gotten it. I want a set for a 1980 GMC with a 350. I dunno if they are all the same.......but the power steering brackets mount to the drivers side manifold.
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Re: Exhaust manifolds

Will manifolds off a 327 work? They should be the same, so I'm told, if so I have a set.

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Re: Exhaust manifolds

I'm thinking that the original equipment 1980 manifolds would be the high mount exhaust manifolds that usually require the head to have the 7 exhaust manifold bolt pattern on the passenger side. If your oil pan dip stick is on the passenger side of the engine, then most likely your going to need high mount exhaust manifolds. Some of the older (before 1980) exhaust manifolds can not be used with engines with the oil pan dipstick on the passenger side. I happen to have a set of non-air tube type high mount exhaust manifolds here in my garage. But if your oil pan dipstick is on the drivers side, just about any exhaust manifold from the late 60's to late 70's will work, as long as you plan on having a muffler shop make the exhaust pipes for the exhaust manifolds.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 08-12-2002, 10:00 AM
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Re: Exhaust manifolds

Are they the "Rams horn variety"? Do they bend up and sweep down all meeting in the middle?

I might have a set off my 305 83 chevy......I live in Il.....you can have em if you pay shipping or come grab em. Only problem is I have to find them[img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

Were are the headers leaking? Maybe we can help fix your problem......
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