Flame Arrestor Part #

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  1. kerrmudgeon

    kerrmudgeon Farmall Cub

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    Hi fellow enthusiasts,
    Does any body have the part # for the flame arrestor ? I have been to all the parts store's (Napa, Auto Zone, O'Reillys, etc) and when I ask for the part, the most common reply is "O"Sh@#%t :rolleyes: . Never heard of that. Whats it for? Whats it do? :confused: My reply is I don't know but I want two of them for a IH 392 :(
     
  2. JWaters

    JWaters Binder Driver

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    I have an unverified number,

    Standard #V-115

    I put it in my list but I have never tried to buy it

    Jason
     
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    I found this part number in a search last week: 400858C1.

    All the local chain stores here said they couldn't order it, so I called a light line dealer. I was told that any International Dealer should have them in stock, but I have not verified this. (Oh, and the light line dealer did have one and shipped it to me.) Maybe we should add this number to the useful part number listing? :)

    Hope this helps,

    Tim
     
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    You only use one flame arresotr. The other fitting on the back of the engine is a PCV valve. Dont mix them up!
     
  5. Russ McLean

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    Re: Flame Arrestor Part # --> Bad information

    >> You only use one flame arresotr.

    I have owned 2 other variants.

    1. No PCV fitting in valley pan. PCV screwed into one valve cover, flame arrestor screwed into the other valve cover. Non IC 392 in 1971 1210 pickup. Quite certain this is stock, this configuration was shown in the MT-124 parts manual.

    2. PCV in valley pan, flame arrestors screwed into both valve covers. IC 392 out of a T'all, currently in Marian's Scout II. Quite certain this is stock, the air cleaner has 2 opposed hose fittings for the flame arrestors.

    I "suspect" that these changes came with the introduction of the IC-392 and the 727 tranny in the full sized Light Line.

    Russ
     
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    John in KC Binder Driver

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    Unless you lost yours you should not need to get a new one, they can be cleaned and reused. I took mine and cleaned it out with gas, reinstalled it and was on my way.

    Thanks,
     
  7. rlireland

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    I'm reviving this thread with some questions about PCV valves and flame arrestors.
    Is the flame arrestor supposed to rattle like the PCV valve? If not, how do you know if it's in working condition or not.
    The flame arrestor is plumbed to the carburetor air filter housing and the PCV valve is plumbed to the intake manifold. Correct?
    The flame arrestor part number in post #2 is correct. The PCV valve p/n is 379316C1.
    Roy
     
  8. scoutboy74

    scoutboy74 Lives in an IH Dealership

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    There are no moving parts in the arrestor, so there is nothing to rattle like the PCV. It's basically steel wool that can be blasted with solvent and compressed air over and over again. Correct on the plumbing.
     
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    Thanks!
    Roy
     
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