If working it when used is a poor option, putting a sweep bend on the muffler that directs the exhaust to the left will redirect the spray. It would not need to be permanent, but it would make putting a rain cap on the top difficult. It would also be ugly. A kevlar "sock" over the muffler on startup might be an interesting experiment. The owners in the past just didn"t (and don"t) care, the tractor is a tool no different than a shovel, they get dirty and sometimes wiped off. Propane tractors would do it far less. Jim
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