Question about Ford Econoline
I am installing an Offenhouser intake manifold on my Ford inline 240cu.in. six cylander motor. The intake/exhaust is a split design(2 piece). How do you install this properly? Do I bolt it to the head, and then tighten the upper/lower manifolds together, or tighten them together and then bolt to the head? It looks like I need to bolt to head, and then tighten both halves together, in order to get a good seal on the head.
Put the halves together leave bolts snug, then bolt it to the head, now go back and tighten the halves together,
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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