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where can I find exhaust manifolds for a 1976 f100 7.5 liter?
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I have a couple sets and probably someone closer than me has some although I don't know where you are at, lots of people should have some laying around...
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I have a couple sets and probably someone closer than me has some although I don't know where you are at, lots of people should have some laying around...
Will they fit the F100?? That's my problem, it's the f100 not the 150...
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They fit my 75 F100 4X4. All you really need is the top one in the picture. The passenger side. On the drivers side a car one will fit fine. On the passenger side a car one will end up pointed right at the frame. That is why you need the one pointed more back.
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Junk Yard 1st place to go I would think. Engine compartment space isn't much or any diff in 100/150/250 for that year, is it? - its more about getting a truck manifold rather than a car. I'm pulling mine off this week off a 76F250, if the flowmasters are delivered wanna buy them? - shipping will cost you more than the manifolds
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