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1966 Ford 2000 3 cyl diesel exhaust stack info

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Bart CA

10-01-2019 11:30:55

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I replaced exhaust manifold extention pipe and muffler
Once installed the muffler to pipe clamp has to be installed
under the hood is it the original configuration ?

The new manifolsd is aftermarket does the extention pipe supposed to fit snug
in the manifold (kind of taper) there is an exhaut leak there.Any way to
seal it ?

Thank you in advance


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Shaun Wallace

10-01-2019 13:46:23

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 Re: 1966 Ford 2000 3 cyl diesel exhaust stack info in reply to Bart CA, 10-01-2019 11:30:55  
Yes, muffler clamp went under hood. The extension should fit snug in manifold. Should be notch in manifold with matching tab on pipe that line up to keep from turning.

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Bart CA

10-01-2019 17:53:58

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 Re: 1966 Ford 2000 3 cyl diesel exhaust stack info in reply to Shaun Wallace, 10-01-2019 13:46:23  
Thank you Shaun for your reply greatly appreciated.

I cannot compare to the manifold i removed because the previous owner welded a steel pipe
on it and the weld failed.

There is a notch in the manifold and a tab in the pipe but the pipe has little loose
and there is an exhaust leak. It is a new after market manifold which have few defects
I think the dimentions are little different compared to the original.
I will try to find some heat resistant packing to put under the bell shaped part
of the pipe to stop leaks.

Thanks again !!!

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