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Exhaust Manifold Casting# 312163 Port side/Left

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  • Exhaust Manifold Casting# 312163 Port side/Left

    New problem. The exhaust manifold has small chunks out of it on all three exhaust ports below each nut. I also think this might have been caused by the water ports in the manifold are leaking. I have looked at different websites, went to the local dealer, went to the local old timer boat places and all the conclusions are the same, (THIS PART IS OBSOLETE)! Is there anyone out there that has one I can purchase or any other leads? The boat is a 1969 Glastron V-Swinger, motor tag HUTM-69. What I found out on a previous post this motor is a Jeep engine 225. Any help or leads will be greatly appreciated.

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    yes, the motor, drive, and company are all obsolete. there is so very little support for the buick/jeep marine motor

    here is some new old stock on ebay.

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