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Old 12-03-2010, 12:53 PM
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Heat stove for 4.9L [1984]

I am looking for the heat stove assembly which bolts to the exhaust manifold. The flexible hose which supplies hot air to the air filter snorkle attaches to this. My truck is a 1984 F150.
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I have an 83 f-150 with a 300 6 cyl. I am parting out. Would this have it?I also have tons of 73-79 ford parts cheap.Thanks B.K.
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Thanks for the response, kingbee. Your '83 with 6 cyl. originally had it. The heat stove bolts to the right of the headpipe and extends all the way to the back of the alternator. It is a light weight metal which acts like a skin covering the exhaust manifold from the headpipe to the #1 cylinder. This is where the carburetor get its hot air when needed.

If you have it, pm the price and shipping to me. My zip code is 35660. Thanks!
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