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Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb

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sammygunns1

08-16-2020 12:27:23




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So Iíve purchased a new manifold for the H Iím overhauling and the manifold came with slotted holes so that you can mount various carbs on it. The regular H carb used studs into the manifold, so thatís no longer an option. What do you guys think? Should I just buy nuts and bolts to mount it? TIA




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mccormicksw4

08-17-2020 13:36:58




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to sammygunns1, 08-16-2020 12:27:23  
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I think everyone including myself is over thinking this . any bolt with a flat washer on the slotted hole will do the job just fine and that includes a grade 2 I disagree with nichalson on the lock washer. They came with lock washers so why wouldn't you use them on this manifold
regular bolt with SAE washer with lock and nut on the bottom

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sammygunns1

08-17-2020 18:48:31




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to mccormicksw4, 08-17-2020 13:36:58  
Thanks for all the help fellas. My hardware has a pretty extensive bolt section so Iíll surely be able to make something work.



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Ken Hansen

08-17-2020 13:22:06




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to sammygunns1, 08-16-2020 12:27:23  
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If you have a real hardware store to get the nuts and bolts from I would tell them you want SAE flat washers. If you have a Cat dealer near by I could get the cat number for some hardened flat washers if I knew the size, I would guess 3/8 inch bolts. Let me know if that is the right size and you want the part numbers, would need the over all thickness of the manifold and carb flanges including the thickness of the gasket.

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mccormicksw4

08-17-2020 13:10:59




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to sammygunns1, 08-16-2020 12:27:23  
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I don't think washers are required with flanged nuts and bolts that the OP said he was using
agree normally flats on slotted holes



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mccormicksw4

08-16-2020 18:05:48




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to sammygunns1, 08-16-2020 12:27:23  
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that choice would be the best you could use :idea:



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mccormicksw4

08-16-2020 15:02:09




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to sammygunns1, 08-16-2020 12:27:23  
nut and bolts will work fine Your manifold is made to fit an H or Super H which has a larger carb. I am not aware of an aftermarket manifold made specifically for just a Farmall H carb
I got one of those manifolds with a tractor NIB. The dual carb flange didn't bother me but the ports were very small and I sold it not liking that aspect. poor knock off of the origianl
did your ports look smaller?

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sammygunns1

08-16-2020 16:20:24




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to mccormicksw4, 08-16-2020 15:02:09  
The ports looked pretty close. What nuts and bolts would you recommend? I was thinking flanged grade 8 fine thread would be a good choice.



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rustred

08-16-2020 13:07:44




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to sammygunns1, 08-16-2020 12:27:23  
post a picture of that manifold. you have no other choice if it has slotted holes. is it chinese? ... but they would not think of that.



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sammygunns1

08-16-2020 13:56:27




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to rustred, 08-16-2020 13:07:44  
This is as good of a pic that I can get at the moment



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Janicholson

08-16-2020 20:00:26




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 Re: Farmall H Manifold slotted mounting holes for carb in reply to sammygunns1, 08-16-2020 13:56:27  
Use a thick small OD washer under the nut, on the top side of the manifold. Use anti seize on it, and no lock washer. You might end up making a bent wrench with a torch to tighten the nuts. Jim



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