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Old 02-14-2011, 06:38 PM
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1974 330 industrial engine

Hello,I have a hole in the intake manifold of this engine.Don't know how to find new one or JB weld this one.HELP!Anyone!thanks Shawn
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A picture would be helpful in making a suggestion. JB weld may work. Drill, tap and plug may work. Drill tap and install a small plate to cover the hole may work. Depends on the size, location and proximity to any moving parts may determine the repair. I would think this is a cast iron manifold. If, by slight chance it is the FE series engine it should not be that much problem finding a replacement but my guess is it is the big truck engine you are speaking of.
I would suggest you post over on the engine forums. Good luck.
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I just looked at a 74-5 F600 with a 330 in it..... looked like a FE MOTOR to me...
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