Omc 807781 316713 Exhaust Manifold on 2040-parts.com
Elmira, New York, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown
Manufacturer Part Number:807781
Exhaust manifold casting number 807-781. Will fit most early OMC stern drives with a small block Chevy V8.
No cracks or damage to mating surfaces. All studs are in servicable condition.
The manifold will fit the Port or Starboard side by changing the elbow and end cap.
I do have the other manifold for sale in a separate listing.
Has only been used in fresh water.
Some of the part numbers the Manifold Interchanges with are: 316713 980629 0980629 384765 0384765 007781.
Some of the part numbers for the Elbow are: 312151 0312151 981280 0981280.
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