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05-24-2009 16:05:48

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My Friend has a 49 Wd he just bought. on the Exhaust Manifold theres really not a Gasket but a thin round steel that slides in the Ports! It looks like you put the round things in the hole and then put the exhaust manifold on and tightin down the bolts and it seals tight.

Where do you get the lil round seals at? His are rusting. Thanks

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Texas Denny

05-24-2009 17:08:22

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 Re: WD? in reply to 1941FarmallAboy, 05-24-2009 16:05:48  
The gaskets have a similarity to a bottle cap. A material that is a standard manifold gasket fits in the bottle cap and it slides over the end of the manifold. If the manifold is badly rusted, I put the manifold in my mill and cut all the opening down until they were the same height and have good metal. No mill? Any machine shop could do this.

If you need seals, they are available on this sight for $11.90, Part No: 70229958. Go to tractor parts under marketplace.

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05-24-2009 16:18:46

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 Re: WD? in reply to 1941FarmallAboy, 05-24-2009 16:05:48  
I have heard of cutting pieces of metal pipe as replacements.

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