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Horizontal exhaust MF 35 question

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Cormiers Cove

02-07-2018 17:44:38




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Does anyone have photos of their horizontal exhaust for a MF 35 on the Perkins 3 cylinder diesel and how it lays out near the tractor. And any pics of the types of hangers used to support it and where they bolt to.

I'm converting from a vertical to horizontal exhaust.

I bought an aftermarket Sparex exhaust pipe but does not fit properly as the 90 degree bend for the section from the manifold lies way to close to the tractor bolt flanges and when the muffler is attached it hits the casing for the hydraulics under the foot rest.
I know the pipe needs a few bends added because it just won't work now.

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Cormiers Cove

02-16-2018 22:04:42




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 Re: Horizontal exhaust MF 35 question in reply to Cormiers Cove, 02-07-2018 17:44:38  
Awesome. thanks for going out of your way to take some pics to show me the horizontal set up and the heat shield.



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ptfarmer

02-14-2018 21:51:58




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 Re: Horizontal exhaust MF 35 question in reply to Cormiers Cove, 02-07-2018 17:44:38  
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As far as I know its the original exhaust manifold, and the exhaust pipe is really close to the oil pan before it starts to bend back.


A MF240 (made in England).



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Cormiers Cove

02-14-2018 21:05:03




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 Re: Horizontal exhaust MF 35 question in reply to Cormiers Cove, 02-07-2018 17:44:38  
I like the set up. Is that the original exhaust manifold? I looked at my uncle's UK built 135 with straight front axle the other day and his horizontal exhaust runs down very near the vertical bolt flange unlike yours and I think it's because his exhaust manifold is different and sticks out less.



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ptfarmer

02-14-2018 20:01:57




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That is in the center of our hay field, we don't like to keep all our hay in the same place (as seen in the video), and we could have lost almost 300 bales (just lost 42 there, saved 7 of them). The very center of the field is a pain to plant, cut, and bale for just a couple more round bales.

My MF135 exhaust, it will be going vertical very soon.


I added a extra hanger in front of the muffler, I also made it come out by the wheel so you don't have the exhaust blowing on you when hooking something up.

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495man

02-08-2018 14:30:22




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I am scared to put the weed burner style exhaust in anything dry. I wouldn't drive it through standing dry grass...no way. Bought the tractor with the underslung, looked at putting it vertical and that was as far as I went.
too bad about the hay, why were there bushes where the hay was, looked like that area could have been hayed?



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ptfarmer

02-08-2018 08:59:01




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Mt late uncle had a 135 with the horizontal exhaust, when he disking his garden he was sitting in a could of dust the whole time (reminded of Pig Pen from the Charlie Brown cartoons). I think I'm going to convert mine to vertical exhaust after what I went through.



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ptfarmer

02-08-2018 08:43:53




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 Re: Horizontal exhaust MF 35 question in reply to Cormiers Cove, 02-07-2018 17:44:38  
Both my 2135, and 135 has horizontal exhaust, and I don't know if it was the exhaust, or the mower hitting a rock caused this incident I had a few weeks ago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJFoRIPTrio

One week later (these were 5' x 5' bales).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAXUDdPS58w

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495man

02-08-2018 02:31:42




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 Re: Horizontal exhaust MF 35 question in reply to Cormiers Cove, 02-07-2018 17:44:38  
I looked at converting underslung exhaust a 152 perkins to vertical and I understood the exhaust elbow off the manifold, while it will fit up or down, is different for vertical or horizontal.

Only thing I like about the underslung exhaust is you have a clear sight line, otherwise it's really a pain, especially in a dusty yard.



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Cormiers Cove

02-07-2018 20:59:29




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 Re: Horizontal exhaust MF 35 question in reply to Cormiers Cove, 02-07-2018 17:44:38  
Thanks PTfarmer for the diagram. I have looked at that many times and even tried to source out the hanger brackets.

Do you have any pics showing where the hanger brackets bolt to the tractor.
The bad thing about the diagram, it does not show the bends in the exhaust pipe.



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ptfarmer

02-07-2018 18:01:11




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 Re: Horizontal exhaust MF 35 question in reply to Cormiers Cove, 02-07-2018 17:44:38  
From the MF parts book.



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