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03-21-2002 08:57:27

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Does anyone know if the correct-original muffler had a bracket to the head and a clamp around it or just a plate bolted to the exh mnfld, and does the mnfld have a pipe coming out or does the muffler slide in?-thank you

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03-24-2002 14:25:33

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 Re: wd45 exhaust in reply to Sid, 03-21-2002 08:57:27  
The pipe threaded into the manifold would be an update to a D17 design which is a better system, but not original.

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03-21-2002 13:59:32

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 Re: wd45 exhaust in reply to Sid, 03-21-2002 08:57:27  
Sid, The original muffler on the WD45 was made by the Nelson Muffler Company. There was no bracket; it bolted directly to the exhaust manifold with two cap screws. There are after-market mufflers that can be purchased that have the brackets. A few years ago I purchased two Nelson mufflers from the Agco Dealer in Nappanee, Indiana. They are a dealer that will make the extra effort to research the part number substitutions in an attempt to get the product that you want. Tom

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03-21-2002 10:06:57

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 Re: wd45 exhaust in reply to Sid, 03-21-2002 08:57:27  
Just put mine back on last evenning

The braket off the head is factory

muffler slides into manifold also

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04-03-2002 17:32:07

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 Re: Re: wd45 exhaust in reply to Craig, 03-21-2002 10:06:57  
I secured my muffler with a 4" clamp that we also use to secure our 3 1/2" straight pipe when we go pulling. The straight pipe really lets the WD bark

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03-21-2002 17:44:25

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 Re: Re: wd45 exhaust in reply to Craig, 03-21-2002 10:06:57  
I don't remember any bracket to the head? Bracket to the manifold with two capscrews to hold it in. Exhaust ( bottom of muffler) pipe fits into top of manifold.

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03-25-2002 12:46:39

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 Re: Re: Re: wd45 exhaust in reply to Tom, 03-21-2002 17:44:25  
my bracket attaches at the head manifold side of valve cover....two 3/4 in bolts .......

looks factory original

Its how my operators manual has it also

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