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Old 04-14-2019, 06:47 PM
HarryCarry HarryCarry is offline
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Location: Long Island, NY
Vehicle: 1982 240GL
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Yes, the two triangular pieces. I have the manifold gaskets. When I search online there's only the crushable donut types with nuts, bolts and springs which I've used on other vehicles. There was only evidence of some thin material on there previously maybe from the factory. The Green Book only mentions exhaust manifold gaskets and to use new nuts regarding the exhaust system.
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Old 04-15-2019, 10:33 AM
ngoma ngoma is offline
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Exhaust flange donut 2-3/16 ID x 2-5/8 OD, seems to be a dense graphite type material, rings when it hits the cement, not real crushable. I did see it recently at O'Reillys website.

Springs? I haven't seen them on these cars but the studs on the front triangle flange are long enough for them. the nuts are similar to the exhaust manifold nuts. Slather the studs with anti-sieze.
1985 744 gle d24t
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Old Yesterday, 08:32 PM
19misha72 19misha72 is offline
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Good afternoon. I got it from the top link.The exhaust system connection ring is where the gearbox is M46.
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