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1953 Case SC Manifold

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P-B

07-11-2001 17:44:39




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On my 1953 Case SC, the intake and exhaust manifold bolt to the engine as a single unit. The exhaust part of it comes out the top and turns outward to clear the hood. The top of this 90 degree corner is rusted away leaving a hole about 3/4" or more in diameter. It looks like this top part of the manifold can be taken off but it is so rusty that I cannot tell if it is bolted on or what holds it there. If I can get it off without ruining the rest of the manifold, I can make a new piece up out of a flat plate and some steel tube. Can anyone fill me in on whether this top piece does actually come off and, if so, how is it done?

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Kirk in Oregon

07-14-2001 16:43:00




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 Re: 1953 Case SC Manifold in reply to P-B, 07-11-2001 17:44:39  
Ww had the same problem on my SO. Got the old elbow off and my dad welded up a replacement out of some stainless steel stuff we had lying around. Piece of flat plate, a water-pipe type of elbow, and a short piece of tubing. Ground it all down so you can't tell it started as a water elbow. Worked great and will outlast the rest of the tractor I think............... Anyway it is possible and practical to make your own replacement if you are into fabrication. Kirk.

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07-12-2001 08:59:56




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 Re: Re: 1953 Case SC Manifold in reply to Kenny Christopherson, 07-12-2001 06:48:20  
Get your manifold off in good shape and take it to a "Good" machine shop. I had one that had an iron threaded elbow slopped onto what was left of the original elbow. The old nuts were one big piece of gall. I took it in, and the first thing the ol' boy said was "You ain't got taps broke off in there, do ya?"! I didn't and he got 'em machined out, ground flat and helicoiled all for $30 bucks. Said if the taps had been in there, it might ruin the manifold getting 'em out...no guarantees then. I got an elbow from Don and it's good as new.

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