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#779543 Sat Sep 10 2011 02:54 AM
Joined: Sep 2011
Posts: 2
D
DET Offline OP
New Guy
Hey, everyone
great website I have question someone told
me that a 292 exhaust manifold will fit on
a 250 chevy six mine is cracked and i found
a website called THE COMPANY UP in iowa that
sell 292 chevy exhaust manifold it has three stud flange
any help would be great

det


Joined: Jan 2000
Posts: 2,226
J
'Bolter
Yeah, I believe that flange is the only issue, so you may need a fix to connect your headder pipe.


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1946 1/2-Ton Chevy [stovebolt.com]
1953 Chevy 3/4-ton Factory Stakebed [stovebolt.com]
Joined: Sep 2011
Posts: 2
D
DET Offline OP
New Guy
THANKS FOR THE REPLY THE PIC ON THE WEBSITE
DOESNT Show A GOOD PIC TRYING SEE IF ANYBODY HAS BOUGHT ONE FROM THE SAME PLACE
www.the-co.com
THANKS DET
this going on a 1967 chevelle 250 6

Last edited by DET; Sat Sep 10 2011 04:11 AM.
Joined: Feb 2000
Posts: 4,565
J
'Bolter
Does it have a heat riser valve in it? kinda hard to tell from the small picture.
Here a e-bay site that may help,

http://www.actionsalvage.com/exhaust_Chevrolet_fullpu.asp

The one you are looking at is a tractor manifold, not sure they are the same, picture is to small to tell.

Joe

Joined: Dec 2005
Posts: 50
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New Guy
Did you end up getting the manifold? I know someone that bought a 292 manifold for his 250. I don't remember the website, but I'll find out for you if you want.

Joined: Jun 2004
Posts: 8,595
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'Bolter
The light duty (1 ton & smaller) will interchange. The larger trucks with 292 took a different manifold. It exhausted straight down & had a 2 1/2 opening & no heat rizer. The early models for the smaller trucks had a 2 stud flange & the later ones had 3 studs, but either will work if you change the flange.


They say money can't buy happiness. It can buy old Chevy trucks though. Same thing.

1972 Chevy c10 Cheyenne Super
Joined: Feb 2014
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M
New Guy
I'm also looking at THE COMPANY for the 292 exhaust manifold for my 194. I've read that it will bolt right up and give me some additional lung capacity for my little 6 daily driver - a poor man's header! Have you found out how this one from THE COMPANY works out and is it the "big one" with the 2 1/2" outlet?


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