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Inter C1600 4x4 22 Jul 2019 18:50 #201925

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Thanks Jarrod.
That’s jogged my memory and it is a cracked exhaust manifold. Does anyone know if the extractors are worth while or just look for another cast manifold?

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Inter C1600 4x4 22 Jul 2019 19:58 #201926

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The single manifolds always crack..............see if you can find the two piece manifold off a ab/c 182 six,............the army two piece is no good cause you need two carbies........extractors on a truck burn away very quickly.

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Inter C1600 4x4 22 Jul 2019 20:27 #201928

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Thanks John.
Might be a stupid question but what’s 182 six?
I have an AA148 in the paddock. Can’t say I have looked to see if the manifold is different.

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Inter C1600 4x4 23 Jul 2019 16:58 #201938

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AB 182,or C1820..........Im pretty sure the 164 s had two piece manifolds too ,but the carby mount might be a problem,shouldnt be tho..........the two piece manifolds generally had a big muffler with two inlets,very expensive in the day .......lots ended up with two hot doggies , the heat would burn them away,but they were very cheap to replace.

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Inter C1600 4x4 23 Jul 2019 19:48 #201945

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Yes John, Later AA 180 and AB 160 had header manifolds.

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Inter C1600 4x4 23 Jul 2019 20:41 #201948

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If anyone wants to take an AA148 I have one sitting in the paddock.
It’s been sitting since 1982 so probably only good for parts as it’s pretty rusty.
It’s 95% complete. Few things have been taken off over the years.
It’s in central Vic

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