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Seen this and had to share What do you see in this picture, a one piece :happy1:
looks like propane to me mike.I wonder if it could be converted to gas.......Artie
I am waiting to hear back from him, he is in Tennessee, when I seen the exhaust was clear of the water pump I got to looking closer, I wounder how bad they leak, it does look like it will clear everything on a low dec 170/... some one has a few hours on that moc up.. as you can see it is not bolted on..
the more I think about it mite be something to have I think the compressing is higher in them and could be an industrial motor better rods and crank yes higher rpms. just a guess......Artie
I am thinking that it is a propane set up.
If its not homemade it is probley off of a forklift or something.
I am more interested in the exhaust, looks like it could be cut and separated from the intake :toothy9:
And you don't want it Mike. I have a propane forklift. She is a cool blooded SOB. LOL
Yup, sure does...:hello2:
Seeing as it's a slant 6 pickup with a manual trans, it may have a 3.55 or 3.91 sure grip in it. I'd check that for sure.
What a bunch of cobbled up bullshit.
Thank you Artie, all I am interested in is the exhaust not the / or the propane intake.. yes =D> I am thinking you are right. I bet it is Burntorange, I would think propane runs much cooler and cleaner =D> Bullshit is they don't make tube headers for a 170 low deck SS.. Thank you for this thread, I see that this is a propane system and know I will keep an eye on other old fork lift's for a good exhaust for my bigger head :coffee2:
Don't use that intake, only use it for the exhaust. The intake is a pos. That's not even close to the efficient factory design used. You'd be better off bandsawing a log manifold off a ford 170 and welding that to your head than to use that thing.