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1949 Ford F1 226 Carb Gas Line Questions

 
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He just had some kind of surgery so may be crabby(er) and may be slow.
 
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So there is a problem with the carb, all good rebuilder said send it back and he is making right! Since the carb will be gone for a couple of weeks thought I would work on the next issue, CHANGING THE EXHAUST MANIFOLD.

QUESTIONS: the first bolt, the one nearest to the water pump is broken flush at the block. Plan is to try and extract it if not then tap it. What size (length and thickness) is this bolt. How deep does it travel into the block?? Since I may have to tap it I do not want to over drill the hole.

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I thought the carb fittings on a 49 were 1/2 x 20?? I know the fuel pump on my brothers 50 is.
 
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You are correct! Thanks

Now need manifold bolt info.

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I wouldn't try to drill and EZ-out the broken stud. Best way is to lay a (plain steel, non-galvanized) washer over the hole with the broken off stud in it, and MIG the stud to the washer. Then MIG a nut onto the washer. The stud will almost always spin right out, the heat of welding frees it up, and you won't damage the threads in the hole.

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Originally Posted by Jolly Roger Joe View Post
Yes, there's a pretty thick gasket that goes under the carb. It's part number B6A-9447-B

PartsVoice says that Collectors Auto Supply has 22.
Collectors claims to have 22 of every part! But, when you call, they say "we have to check the warehouse, will call you back." Most of the time, they don't call back.

B6A-9447-B =

SOEBY MOTOR CO. in Walhalla ND has 5 = 701-549-3711.

MILLER OBSOLETE PARTS in Binghamton NY has 6 = 607-722-5371.

GRIESEL MOTOR CO. in Okarche OK has 9 = 405-263-7242.

NOS PARTS LTD in Waxahachie TX has 15 = 972-937-2201.
 
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Thanks for all the tips and images!!! Awesome!!

Found the gaskets at a local shop. Per Ilya shop book calls for 6 gaskets/stacked. Got that covered.

Now I need to locate the gasket that goes between the two manifolds.

Yikes.
 
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Pertronx electronics are the best
I put them in 226 6v pos ground
more power and better gas mileage

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Good info here. Love the resources available for the 226 engines.

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Now I need to locate the gasket that goes between the two manifolds.
See parts catalog pic at upper right in post 21.

1GA-9435-C .. Gasket-Intake to Exhaust Manifold / Obsolete

1948/51 226 I-6 Trucks & Ford Passenger Cars / 1950/53 254 I-6.

GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has 14 = 800-543-4959.
 
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Victor, I have a welder you can borrow.
 
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Old 07-21-2013, 10:43 AM
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Thanks for the Bolt Video!!

Awesome Ilya if I need it I will give you a call.

SO I was working on removing the manifolds this morning and ran into a jamm.

How the heck does one remove the the left and right nuts that are next to the center nut that holds the exhaust manifold. There is no room to work or get any of my tools or sockets in there.

For those that have removed these please please show me a pic of the tool that you used.



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I used an open-end to remove mine, but they weren't very tight to begin with (luckily). I could only get maybe and eighth of a turn on them before I had to readjust the wrench each time, and yes it took forever! Hope that helps?
 
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Same design in the 215 OHV. Use an open ended wrench and have patients.
 
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Thanks guys.

Got them all moving

Yup. Open end did it.

Keep you posted.
 

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