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Old 09-07-2006, 12:09 PM
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Flathead C1BA & C1BA

I have a C1BA 1949 and I am buying a C8BA 1951, Can I exchange parts like MANIFOLD & Water Pump ? They physically look the same are exaclly tha same just different year ? Thanks Robert
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Yes, they're the same. Everything swaps from one to the other.

In case you wondered, the C means Canada
8BA was block designation for '48-9, 0BA = '50, 1BA = '51, EAB = 52-3
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