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exhaust manifold outlet stripped

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04-16-2008 13:19:39

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On my 190 gas the threads are stripped in the exhaust outlet. Purchased a new threaded piece of pipe, but it still wont tighten. Im tempted to use a piece of thin wall tubing and just shove it in. My wd has a set screw but i dont know about drilling and tapping the cast iron. This tractor already has one foot in the grave, so a new manifold isnt an option. Thanks, LLR

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04-16-2008 14:30:45

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 Re: exhaust manifold outlet stripped in reply to LLR, 04-16-2008 13:19:39  
They make a 2 part stuff like JB weld for manifolds that would fix your problem. Mix it up put it on the pipe, screw it in and let it sit over night. You can also add more to the out side after you screw it in. The stuff gets hard as rock and leasts for years and cost is less then $5 last time I got some

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04-17-2008 07:45:30

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 Re: exhaust manifold outlet stripped in reply to old, 04-16-2008 14:30:45  
I have a similar situation on a D14. There is a chunk out of the manifold where the muffler goes into the Xhaust manifold. I still have the part, and was wondering if it would be possible to JB the missing part, as well as a pipe of some sort into the manifold? Also, what size of pipe would fit, and should I use cast iron, or some typt of exhaust pipe from a muffler shop?

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04-17-2008 07:55:14

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 Re: exhaust manifold outlet stripped in reply to OhioD14, 04-17-2008 07:45:30  
JB weld probably would not hold up long for that. The stuff I talked about in my other post would hold up since its made just for exhaust systems

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04-18-2008 14:18:47

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 Re: exhaust manifold outlet stripped in reply to old, 04-17-2008 07:55:14  
Any idea what the inside diameter of the exhaust manifold outlet is for a D14? I wonder if a guy could rethread the thing?

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