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Doug T B42X

EN401 Exhaust Manifold

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cracked on the middle part beneath the carb? common spot for them. most I have, and have seen have been welded.

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That's the spot!  This one looked like it had been welded also.  I have not removed it yet, but the exhaust pipe flange is not connected.

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I have one but its cracked in the same place. Could be repaired. Other than that its in awesome shape. if interested let me know.

 

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Bulldogchaser - thank you; I should have an idea as soon as I get the old one off and will let you know, then see if you still have it available.

Kkergall - Yes, and I am assuming I will change the whole assembly.  104GC 439A (Rear) 104 GC 440A (Front) and 104 GC 4157 (Center).  That is, if it cannot be welded.  

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Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.  According to the book I have (Parts List 2342; for B42IT, for EN401 Engine) it has the same part numbers.  If it cannot be welded, I would be looking for one also.  Thank you.  I just started the truck the other day and it ran fine, so the Exhaust Manifold is the only thing holding it back.

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Doug T - did you ever find an exhaust manifold?  Beatngu just posted that he's getting rid of a dead 401 in a truck he has - might have a good one for you on it..... 

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Indeed it does I just pulled the engine out today, first come first serve. 

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