Eddie Meyer 1949-1953 Flathead Intake Manifold
Carbureted Fuel System Type, Single Plane Intake Manifold Type, Two Carburetor Quantity
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Take advantage of the knowledge of a true Flathead Ford genius! These Eddie Meyer intake manifolds are reproduced from the original tooling. This '49-'53 Ford version is a 2-piece, long runner, exhaust heated manifold that is better suited to street use.
- Precision cast and machined aluminum
- Works with stock generator/mount (and aftermarket brackets)
- 4-3/4" carb centers
- Provisions for original draft tube and oil filler
- Accepts common 3-bolt carburetors
- Carb Centers: 4-3/4"
- Overall Height: 7-1/2"
- Draft Tube Hole: 1.25"
- Oil Filler Tube Hole: 1.39"
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