Re: Replacement Heat Riser Springs
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Re: Replacement Heat Riser Springs



Dan,
 
No trouble at all.  I sent pics with the email to our 62-65 Mail List but will send a set to your email address.
Gary
 
Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 2:26 PM
Subject: Re: Replacement Heat Riser Springs
 
Sounds interesting, Gary. Could I trouble you for a couple of photos of your manifolds?
 
thx
 
Dan
 
 
On Sep 19, 2017, at 6:35 PM, glpavlovich@xxxxxxx wrote:
 
Dan,
 
I have a set of pristine OEM exhaust manifolds with a working heat riser; date coded for a 1969 small block #2951916.  If you or anyone is interested they will go cheap...$35 for the pair plus shpg.  Rare to find a nice set with a perfectly operational heat riser.
They should go to someone wanting the OEM look for nice driver or restoration.
 
Thank you,
Gary P.
From: ddavids
Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 5:41 PM
Subject: Replacement Heat Riser Springs
 
Does anyone know a source for heat riser springs?
Specifically, the spiral wound ones on most sixties Mopars.
 
There's a fellow on eBay who sells a repro spring (original p/n 2843685) which he says is for hemi exhaust manifolds.
He wants $39.95 plus shipping. Wouldn't this be the same p/n for A, LA, B, RB engines?

Absent a cheaper source, couldn't one wind their own spring? My calipers say the springs are 1/4 inch wide and .020 thick.
What sort of spring steel were these made of?

My immediate application is the exhaust manifold on a 1964-5 Dodge 273 V8.

Dan Davids
Seattle

 
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