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Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical.

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wombat blues

02-01-2018 16:19:06




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Has anyone changed their TO 35 Deluxe horizontal exhaust to a vertical exhaust? I spoke to Dave at Yesterday's Tractor and he said to use manifold elbow 181886M2 and vertical muffler S43644. Dave also said the diameter of the muffler is 4 1/2 inches. My question is will this exhaust assembly clear the tractor body and not lean against my original Ferguson Deluxe decal? I have the Continental engine and the tractor is a 1958 model. Thanks in advance for any help.

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wellmax99

02-08-2018 14:19:54




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
I caught the corn field on fire a couple of times with my underbelly muffler on my TO 35,
I put a up right muffler on the tractor but hit a few tree limbs an the weight of the muffler finally broke off the rear corner of the exhaust manifold,
New manifold and back to under belly muffler for me, no longer pick corn,

Less noise and fumes in my face with underbelly muffler,
Just my two cents,

However in the fall, you can not stop in tall dead grass as there is the possibility of catching the field on fire,

Just be careful,

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John Deere D

02-04-2018 06:59:14




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
I run a Vertical Muffler on my MF FE 35 X 3 cylinder Diesel:

I must be cognisant of NOT getting close to any low hanging limbs when I'm cutting growth close to trees:

My Ferguson TEA-20 has a horizontal muffler (original. I shut the engine off when attaching rear mounted equipment as it's tough to stand the exhaust fumes:


Bob....



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Ron(Ont)

02-04-2018 03:07:12




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
I have one of each. The biggest disadvantage of the horizontal exhaust is having to stop and start the engine to hook up an implement. The exhaust is right in your face.



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roy gatewood

02-03-2018 19:20:04




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
I have TO-30 that had a vertical muffler on it. It had a one piece "U" shape pipe and muffler that connected to the manifold and a brace that strapped it to the manifold. I burned my arm more than once on that thing when getting to the tool box in front of the gas tank. I prefer the muffler underneath with noise and fumes to the rear. Concern for fire is a good reason to go vertical. I have driven that tractor since 1953.

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Charles in Aus.

02-03-2018 15:09:19




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
The Australian made spark arresting muffler fitted to my FE35 Grey and Gold has made a mess of the bonnet and emblem .


The problem occurs due to wobble in the front pivot joints , some tractors' bonnets wobble more than others . You can play around by packing the joint on the rhs with washers to give slightly greater clearance on that side .

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54FergieTO30

02-03-2018 14:55:42




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
I have a TO30 with horizontal exhaust and have used it to mow and bush hog for the last 20 years. Haven’t started a fire yet, but I guess the chance is always there. Just bought this MF35 with the vertical exhaust in October and it needed some work so I have not really used it much. The horizontal is definitely quieter. I can’t complain or endorse the vertical until I use it more.



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54FergieTO30

02-03-2018 14:51:30




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
I have 1/2 inch gap between muffler and hood



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wombat blues

02-03-2018 14:17:11




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
Thank you for the photos. That really gives me a good visual. I think the elbow you have is the same as the one I'm looking at on YT. Another person posted about exhaust in the face with this set-up. Is that a problem for you? My greatest concern is starting a fire with the horizontal exhaust. Fire danger is high here and I need to clear some rabbit brush. Thanks again for the help.



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54FergieTO30

02-03-2018 14:08:57




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
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wellmax99

02-03-2018 12:12:20




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
I switched my TO35 from horizontal to vertical exhaust after catching the corn field on fire picking corn,

But I no longer use the tractor to pick corn,

So I switched back to a horizontal exhaust system, did not like the noise and sometimes if the wind was just right, l would get exhaust smell,
Plus had to watch so close for limbs when bush hogging under fruit trees and fence rows



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wombat blues

02-03-2018 07:02:57




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Wow, thanks for the pics. That really helps.



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Benj R

02-02-2018 18:16:34




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  

I found these pictures on the net, they may or may not help you. I have a 55 TO35 deluxe but it has a horizontal exhaust.

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wombat blues

02-02-2018 16:12:39




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Thanks. I wait for the pics. Much appreciated.



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54FergieTO30

02-02-2018 15:37:10




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
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I have a 1963 MF 35 Deluxe with the z134 and a vertical exhaust. I will try to post some pics this weekend of the clearance it has with the hood. There is not much.



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Ron(Ont)

02-02-2018 12:42:35




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 Re: Switching TO 35 exhaust from horizontal to vertical. in reply to wombat blues, 02-01-2018 16:19:06  
Over 50 reads and no replies. :( I cannot speak with absolute certainty, but I have two TEA's, one with a vertical exhaust and the muffler clears the hood okay. When the hood is part way up, there is some sway. So, you might have to guide it up and down a little.



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