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Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311374 Tue May 21 2019 11:56 AM
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Boltergeist
The Master Parts Catalog lists that part number as having 3 sleeves per pack.
http://chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com/1929_57chevyparts/57cmpc0268.htm

Some reproduction parts vendors sell them in sets of 3 and others in sets of six? [thanks, Jerry]


Tim
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1954 3106 Carryall Suburban - part of the family for 48 years
1954 3104 5-window pickup w/Hydra-Matic - part of the family for 14 years
Z-series (54/55) GMC 350 (2-ton) COE - now part of Dave's family
- If you have to stomp on your foot-pedal starter, either you, or your starter, or your engine, has a problem.
- The 216 and early 235 engine are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler.
Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311381 Tue May 21 2019 01:14 PM
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Hotrod Lincoln Offline
Boltergeist
Since a stovebolt engine only has three intake ports to deal with, why do the resto-ripoff guys sell the sleeves six at a time? Price gouging, or just ignorance?
Jerry


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The coroner blamed the crime on a cereal killer!

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Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311417 Tue May 21 2019 05:12 PM
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I have a 263 straight eight in my 37 Buick and it cracked two exhaust manifolds which are getting hard to find. A friend that ran a small block Chrysler in his circle track car which isn't an engine that every FLAPS carries header gaskets for clued me in on red high temp silicone. I then used neither alignment rings or gaskets which I figured might let the manifold "creep" between hot and cold. That was twenty years ago and still holding with no leaks--exhaust or vacuum. The manifold and head MUST be surgically clean before applying sealant.

[img]https://i.postimg.cc/Rq34bd8V/Pont-heater-Buick-sealant-003.jpg[/img]


Evan
Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311468 Wed May 22 2019 02:21 AM
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Dang, Evan. Now I'm not saying that you are crazy, but it is crazy to me that the high temp silicone would withstand the exhaust heat. But then, since there is no gasket there, the silicone got squished pretty thin so it can't really get blown out.
It reminds me of how anaerobic sealant works on sealing the 2 halves of 2-cycle outboard case. It must be squished very thin to work. It also has to withstand some high heat conditions.

Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311484 Wed May 22 2019 10:11 AM
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'54 3600 Offline
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There are GM NOS ( 3 ) intake manifold sleeves on ebay right now
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$12.00..........they are in excellent near mint condition .

Fits 1950 to 1962 ALL ( ex.216 )

Go to ebay & in the search box.......type........3835506

PIC

https://i.postimg.cc/bvhKcZLf/3835506aa.jpg

They have the correct factory specs - correct thickness - the correct spring action & the correct depth & the correct I.D. & O.D. when closed

and are made in the U.S. A.

Certainly better then out of spec homemade .

So , why buy made in china fake repro's .

Here's a GM NOS set that sold on ebay last month for $7.00 .

PIC

https://i.postimg.cc/j5br9XmN/3835506e.jpg

GM NOS for less then chinese fake junk .


George
'54 3600


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Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311489 Wed May 22 2019 12:51 PM
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I put 23K trouble free miles on a 216 sans those rings..... When I R&R'ed the head the originals were toasted beyond reuse so I installed the manifolds without them as I really wanted to see if the engine would run. It did and the need never arrose (?) for said rings.....

I did install those rings on my 235, haven't put any miles on it yet but it's getting oh so close...

I don't believe those rings will stem an intake or exhaust leak, IMHO they are to keep the gaskets inline whilst installing the manifolds, IMHO ofcourse LOL...

Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311499 Wed May 22 2019 02:20 PM
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Hotrod Lincoln Offline
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Getting an assembly as heavy as the intake/exhaust manifolds perfectly aligned so the gasket seals correctly is a matter of being lucky, not necessarily good, in most situations. It's a lot more likely to happen with those three little pieces of tubing in place. The suggestion about using a piece of steel crate banding strap is one I'm definitely going to remember! There's also a set of dual-diameter rings available to make a 216 manifold fit a 235 head, or the other way around.
Jerry


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The coroner blamed the crime on a cereal killer!

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Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311663 Thu May 23 2019 04:48 PM
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Yeah, Jerry, I'm not good, lucky, or smart so Buick did me a favor and used dowl pins at the front and rear of the exhaust manifold rather than bolts---kind of makes alignment dummy proof.


Evan
Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311943 Sat May 25 2019 11:09 PM
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Like Jerry said, getting the gaskets in place without the sleeves is quite a task. I have had issues with it in the past and want to get this thing running properly. Thanks for all the suggestions. I may try the banding iron method if I can get my hands on a piece.
Ed

Re: Intake alignment sleeves [Re: Ed Hotaling] #1311951 Sun May 26 2019 01:15 AM
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Why make them when all the vendors sell them...

https://www.classicparts.com/1934-5...6wJC4oy4N3sCscuUSb6Ke_7epU4aAnEgEALw_wcB

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