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Item #: 16238

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    Exhaust pipe flange gasket, for use with stock cast iron exhaust manifolds.
    Cougar applications: all 289/302 engines 1967-69, 390 engines 1967-69, and 427-4V 1968 GT-E engine which uses 390 exhaust manifolds.
    Mustang and most all other Ford engines: 289/302 engines 1965-69, 390 engines 1967-69
    Fits between exhaust manifold and header pipe (H or Y pipe) steel construction, 2-1/32 inch inside diameter, tapered top and bottom, smooth inside. Sold individually, two required per car.
    These will work with our reproduction H and Y pipes.
    Replaces Ford part number C6AZ-9450-D.

    Note! These are very difficult to seat compared to the pliable ones we sell. If you do decide to use the steel version it is recommended you apply a liberal coating of Permatex High Temperature Ultra Copper Gasket Maker, found here.

    Specifications:
    Shipping Weight: 0.50 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (5.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 2 Review(s).

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    Added to my order for the complete exhaust system.(1967 289-4v) Excellent fit. Highly recommended.

    Buffalo, NY

    Did the job and it's cheap!

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    I had a crack in my exhaust manifold. Upon tearing into it, I found the exhaust flange was probably original and being in the Northeast, very pitted and rusty. I had an exhaust leak at that joint so I figured I'd replace it while I was in there. This replacement fit the bill perfectly. It fits perfectly and sealed against the tailpipe and my new used manifold.

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