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My Never Fail Water Seal

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DickL

03-06-2008 03:39:52




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I use a 1 1/4" taper pipe tap. then install a 1 1/4" pipe nipple. The muffler then needs to be expanded to slip over the pipe nipple.

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Not a bright idea that I dreamed up. All my Olivers came that way from the factory.




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Pappy

03-06-2008 20:49:42




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 Re: My Never Fail Water Seal in reply to DickL, 03-06-2008 03:39:52  
Thanks DickL. I have a couple of Farmalls with this exhaust pipe system. I can't think of anything better. Thanks!



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ACRalph

03-07-2008 13:09:24




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 Re: My Never Fail Water Seal in reply to Pappy, 03-06-2008 20:49:42  
If you get the standard underhood muffler, they are baffled so water does not go to the manifold. You can see this for yourself by pouring water in the top and seeing it come out of the hole off to the side.



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1755

03-12-2008 18:42:08




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 Re: My Never Fail Water Seal in reply to ACRalph, 03-07-2008 13:09:24  
this will not last but is a cheep fix my uncel uses on his MM you get a pice of aluminum foil out and rap it around the botom of the mufler at the bottom whare it clamps and when the water runs down the side of the mufler some of it will still get in there but some will run off when it hits the foil will have to be changed when it falls apart having less water in there is bound to help some



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