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M602 MM Muffler

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12-07-2012 09:54:52

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What Brand and where can I get a god muffler for a M602 Gas Burner? I'm in Nebr. but willing to bring one in from any reliable source. Them tractors have a good bark and are loud anyway and what I'm using is not mutch better than a straight pipe plus it does not fit over the Manifold tight and fumes come back in the homemade cab and almost drives a person out. I would like a good sounding tractor when I drive down the road since I'm in Red & Green Country here so MM gold does not fit in.

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Doug Cotton

12-08-2012 12:57:45

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 Re: M602 MM Muffler in reply to cleddy, 12-07-2012 09:54:52  
On my 1000's and 1050's, I get my mufflers from AGCO. They are a little pricier, but a whole lot quieter. That is where I would try if it were me.

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Alan K

12-08-2012 08:55:08

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 Re: M602 MM Muffler in reply to cleddy, 12-07-2012 09:54:52  
The only ones I know of that are available are the stanley mufflers. Most farm and fleet type stores like Tractor Supply should carry them. If you are out plowing or pulling a load they arent real quiet but better than a straight pipe.

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