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Author Topic: need an exhaust manifold  (Read 1159 times)
David Anderson
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South Texas in the Eagle Ford Shale area

« on: August 11, 2006, 06:32:19 PM »

While I've got my radiator out I inspected the streetside exhaust manifold and it sure looks suspicious and sounds really thin when I tap on it.  I called Luke for a replacement.  He has no pull offs but priced a new one from DD and it is near $500 plus a couple of weeks to get it.   

I could continue with the old one.  It may last for years, but who knows?  It may fail next trip.  Anyone got any ideas on a different source?   It may be worth some phone calls.

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