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Intake/Exhaust manifold

Postby dlazyh » Sun May 16, 2021 5:05 pm

Wondering if anyone can assist in finding a link to an exhasut manifold for IHC 350U utility. I've searched Stieners, Yesterdays tractors and a few others with no luck. The manifold i have has the exhaust pipe outlet on the very left or end of the manifold. The best I could get from the stamped number on the manifold 361564-R2, the 3 could be wrong though as the number was disfigured. Also at the end of the number R2, there may be another number, again a little disfigured.

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Re: Intake/Exhaust manifold

Postby Rodney51Cub » Sun May 16, 2021 8:51 pm

Does it look like this
361564R21U.jpg

If it does Bates Corp in Indiana shows it.
If not, my apologies.

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Re: Intake/Exhaust manifold

Postby Eugene » Sun May 16, 2021 9:45 pm

Internet search using the part number, 361564-R2, turned up several possible sources.
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Re: Intake/Exhaust manifold

Postby dlazyh » Sun May 16, 2021 10:31 pm

Rodney51cub presented a picture of the manifold I'm looking for but looking closer, one of the flanges is broken.
I'll keep looking other sites... thx

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Re: Intake/Exhaust manifold

Postby Scrivet » Sat May 29, 2021 11:45 am

dlazyh wrote:...... looking closer, one of the flanges is broken. .........
If you're looking at the second bolt hole from the left, or less pronounced on the second from right, that "crack"/split/separation I believe is supposed to be there. The exhaust ports get hotter than the intake ports and the metal will expand more. The gaps at the second hole separates the intake from the exhaust manifold at a critical point where the heat differential would be the greatest and and an unplanned crack could occur opening into one of the manifold chambers. The exhaust manifold will lengthen from the center out both directions. The far right cylinder is only getting heat from the one cylinder so it won't move to much. The far left cylinder area is getting heated from all four cylinders in this configuration.

Not saying this is the one you need to buy, only not to rule it out for something that isn't wrong.

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Re: Intake/Exhaust manifold

Postby dlazyh » Sat May 29, 2021 11:55 am

Thank you for the reply. After I took off the manifold and cleaned it up a little, I saw the separation.
As far as finding one where the exhaust is on the right side, not center, I've put searching on the back burner until another day.

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Re: Intake/Exhaust manifold

Postby dlazyh » Sat May 29, 2021 11:57 am

That would be the left side, not right


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