Is manifold correct??

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  1. LaTroca52

    LaTroca52 Member

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    8F98C3B5-5D86-4B3F-8231-E56D824F0E56.png 286C127B-D4CF-40C7-89F6-050A8CC4988D.jpeg Could someone tell me by the number on the intake manifold if it’s a 235 intake.
    Thanks
     
  2. Bill Hanlon

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    I've found a few references by Googling intake 3836922 that refer to 235 intake manifolds. May have also been used on larger 261 truck engines. There should be a 3 or 4 character casting date somewhere on the manifold formatted like B137 where B is February (A is January...) 13 is the day of the month (one or two digits) and 7 is the last digit of the year of manufacture.
     
  3. LaTroca52

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    Thanks Bill wanted to be sure before I pick it up.
     
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    I did find another number on the manifold F27
    Then on the top opposite side of numbers I posted was 27
     
  5. Bill Hanlon

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    I think 3836922 was a 1950 to 1958 part, so the date would decode as Feb 2, 1957.
     
  6. LaTroca52

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    Just wanted to be sure it’s for a 235
    I currently have a 216 intake/exhaust manifold on right now and will be changing it to a 235 intake with Fenton headers.
    Only put the 216 manifolds on because of the split exhaust. Than just maybe in the future duel cabs. if not I will have a cool duel carb manifold garage art.
     

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