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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-21-2015, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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hi

I managed to find one a 1171428801, hopefully that will fit I have it booked in for next tuesday. I should have it by then and I will have the cracked one repaired as well.

so hopefully they wont have too much trouble taking it out.

thanks for the help

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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-27-2015, 03:34 PM Thread Starter
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well i got the manifold part no 1171428801 and it doesnt fit so i am going to get my old one welded and stay on the lookout for a 1171400209.

the replacement manifold had a male fitting where it fits into the exhaust pipe and my part had a female fitting.

thats the update of to the welders tomorrow

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well i got the manifold part no 1171428801 and it doesnt fit so i am going to get my old one welded and stay on the lookout for a 1171400209.



the replacement manifold had a male fitting where it fits into the exhaust pipe and my part had a female fitting.



thats the update of to the welders tomorrow



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Crap. I'm sorry. Now I see that the EPC image I posted shows "up to" for the 0209. I guess the exhaust side changed.

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well when these parts are not readily available you have to take some chances

i took an educated gamble based on info from a variety of sources and this time it didnt work, i will try and sell the manifold and get some cash back on it

the joys of classic car ownership

thanks for the advice anyway

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hi just an update on this issue, the manifold is fixed i had to use the one that i bought as i couldnt get the old one welded.

I tried 2 engineeeing shops and both said it was not taking the weld, spitting etc

So what i did was change the down pipe from a male to a female and that fixed the problem.

next on the list, warm start problen or rust under the fusebox????

so thanks for the help

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hi just an update on this issue, the manifold is fixed i had to use the one that i bought as i couldnt get the old one welded.



I tried 2 engineeeing shops and both said it was not taking the weld, spitting etc



So what i did was change the down pipe from a male to a female and that fixed the problem.



next on the list, warm start problen or rust under the fusebox????



so thanks for the help



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Nice work John! I'm very glad to hear you got this worked out. Congrats!

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