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Got one.

1959 Kenworth CC-925 60's tribute truck, 1980 Freightliner FLC 12064

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Kevin, not to worry nothing ever gets tossed from my collection. Wayne

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I think I may have a line on one locally. After this weekend I should know where I stand. If I don't need the ones, offered, keep track of them, I suspect someone else might need one.

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Good news! I found the air manifold.

Bad news. After wiping the dust and crap off it, there is a nasty crack between two of the ports. Now only usable as a paper weight.

Sorry, Jim

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Hello Kevin, I will see if I can find the air manifold I am thinking of and give you a shout.

Jim

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kevin i needed one for extra supply on my 61 kw air seat r/ranger ect

i looked at my 64 pete and found the manifold on it was perfect [alloy]

i got two from a mate in stockton but imsure courtland [peterbilt] would have some
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I would be interested. The original is cast iron and still has mostly copper out of it. If I wanted to spend the time I could restore it but I really want to make it easier to deal with by running plastic tube for as much as possible.

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Kevin, I am with Jim the ones out of a donor truck have ears tabs or some sort of area on the extrusion for bolting it in. If you don't find one close I think I have a couple in the archives. May have more ports than you need but they will plug. Just my .02 worth. Wayne

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On my B75 Mack, the block is made out of aluminum and is only about 2-2.5 tall. There are two mounting tabs for placing on the firewall.

There is one port top and bottom, then two ports straight out, two ports to the right and two to the left.

I like the design because it is very compact and has 8 ports.

I think I have a spare if interested but knowing me, it's probably buried and might take a minute to locate!

Jim

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