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Old 02-17-2008, 08:11 PM
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Talking Exhaust Diagrams 1964 F250

Anyone know where I can find these on the internet. Also, if anyone knows a good parts dealer near Island County WA, I would be greatful to know
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Thanks. But its not quite what I need. I am missing a part of the pipes and I was wondering what part or parts it is, i would just like to see the diagram so I could make some assumptions as to the parts.
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Thanks. But its not quite what I need. I am missing a part of the pipes and I was wondering what part or parts it is, i would just like to see the diagram so I could make some assumptions as to the parts.
Give Summit a call...Those techs can be great.
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How can I get a hold of them, the name isn't familiar. Is it in Burlington?
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1964 F350 exhaust system

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Hipoparts.com sells the 1964/72 Ford Truck Parts Catalog on a CD. They also sell it on ebay. The cost is around $25.00.

A WORTHWHILE INVESTMENT.

Illustration Section 52, page 7 shows the diagram you're interested in.

I have the catalog...what piece are you missing, and what engine do you have?

As original (according to the illustrations):

292: Crossover pipe (5267) from left (drivers side) exhaust manifold (9431) to right manifold (9430). Inlet pipe (5246) to muffler (5230) inlet from right exhaust manifold. Tailpipe (5255) leads away from muffler outlet. Then there are the various clamps and brackets.

223/262: Inlet pipe (5246) from exhaust manifold (9426) to muffler (5230), tailpipe (5255) leads from muffler outlet.

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Thanks guys, I'll have to talk to the boss (read: wife) before I can buy something for a bit, took a lot of talking to convice her to let me get the truck. As for the Gem, she originally had a 292 but had that switched out for a 351 Windsor. Hopefully I will get the money to drop and original 292 back in and mate it with a proper transmission. Right now its a three speed but I have no Idea if thats the original or not. This is going to be a fun project and I am looking forward to see it finished.
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How can I get a hold of them, the name isn't familiar. Is it in Burlington?
The number is 1-800-230-3030. You will probably want to have items shipped. There are only two stores and the closest is in Sparks Nevada. Great store if you ever get down to the Reno area for some gambling.
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Thanks guys, I called and ordered a couple of their catalogues.
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