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Adam B AU

02-13-2008 18:32:57




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This message is a reply to an archived post by Unimog on May 13, 2007 at 14:41:03.
The original subject was "Re: Allis B Sound...".

just on the allis B under hood muffler, I"m from Australia and can not source a new under hood muffler localy here in australia, i was wondering if any one could tell me what the muffler is made like i.e what baffles and spark arester it had, it would be great to get a cross section view of the muffler. that way i could try to make one up.
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Rex in Australia

02-15-2008 01:07:26




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 Re: Allis B Sound... in reply to Adam B AU, 02-13-2008 18:32:57  
Hey Adam, where abouts are you in Aussie? I am on the Darling Downs.
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Rex



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Adam B AU

02-15-2008 02:56:38




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 Re: Allis B Sound... in reply to Rex in Australia, 02-15-2008 01:07:26  
tweed valley northern NSW



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Rex in Australia

02-15-2008 12:31:29




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 Re: Allis B Sound... in reply to Adam B AU, 02-15-2008 02:56:38  
OK Adam, some distance away. Enjoy your B. Mine will be restored one day, still working on the mechanicals at the moment. Getting there slowly. Best thing is that it runs well, taking it to our TADOMS rally in Toowoomba in a couple of weeks for a bit of fun. Wish I could help with the muffler, please let me know if you do any good with it as I am still running a straight pipe. Was thinking about having a go at making an underbonnet muffler but have not seen one yet.
Cheers,
Rex

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Adam B AU

02-16-2008 02:12:04




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 Re: Allis B Sound... in reply to Rex in Australia, 02-15-2008 12:31:29  
Rex, I might try to make one, if it is successful i will let you know. Talk to a boiler maker friend and he said a small exhaust resinator off an automotive exhaust system could do the trick, after being modified of course. We looked in a walker exhaust system catalogue and could not find anything small enough. I'm going to call around to some exhaust shops and see if they have any ideas, or any type of muffler or resinator what i could get to fit.
All the best with your allis.
Regards,
Adam.

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steve(ill)

02-14-2008 19:24:02




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 Re: Allis B Sound... in reply to Adam B AU, 02-13-2008 18:32:57  
not much inside but a couple baffles. would not take much internally.

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