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Anybody know what engine these manifolds fit?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by fiat128, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. fiat128
    Joined: Jun 26, 2006
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    from El Paso TX

    I found these the other day and took em home with me but I have no idea what they are off of. Anybody recognize what these go on?

    Looks like it says "GM 348222" on it.
     

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  2. 61bone
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    look to be late 70 early 80s chevy pickup
     
  3. Flat Roy
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    I'm no expert but those sure look like 60-70's.... sbc.
     
  4. fiat128
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    Really? They don't look anything like the ones on my 69 C-20.
     
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  5. Pretty sure that series of casting numbers started in about 75 or 76, chevy/GMC Truck
     
  6. fiat128
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    Yea, I just searched ebay and they are the same as some guy selling 80s 350 manifolds. Shows what I know about new trucks, I thought 350s all had the rams horns on em. I've never had a truck newer than 72 though.
     
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  7. FormerFueler
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    Number looks to be 346222 to me. If that is correct, According to what I can find they were used on 307/350/400 Small Blocks starting in 1973 and used until 1980 on the Chevelle/El Camino/Caprice/Camaro/Monte Carlo


    http://www.nastyz28.com/sbcmenu.php
     
  8. I had some like that on a Camaro engine.Think it was about 1977 but that was too long ago for me to remember.
     
  9. rq375
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    Yep, 80s truck, you have to use a spreader tool to put them on because the ends curl in.
     

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