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Rare d-15 series 2 or not?

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ken

04-30-2002 19:46:03




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I have a d15 series 2 that has a unusual muffler set up. I can not find a muffler that fit's it. The muffler is all under the hood and blows out just above the alternator. It looks factory and has a shield where the muffler comes out of the hood that looks factory. Can anyone tell me where to get a muffler that will fit?




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Pete

05-01-2002 18:54:02




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 Re: rare d-15 series 2 or not? in reply to ken, 04-30-2002 19:46:03  
My D10-D12 parts manual shows the "down exhaust" as an option, and I have seen a D12 with this set up...my assumption is that it was probably an option, and just not available anymore, kinda like Deere "down exhausts". Check with your AGCO dealer and see if he will run a search, the local Massey dealer located a NOS manifold and oval muffler for my Series III D10 from another dealer's inventory. Pete

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Bryan Smith

05-01-2002 05:48:59




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 Re: rare d-15 series 2 or not? in reply to ken, 04-30-2002 19:46:03  
Reckon that's an orchard style D15 missing the cage? Sounds like that might be worth a look. Old Allis News did an article recently on an orchard model D15 with the cage that had been restored - don't have it in front of me but I'm sure someone has the info. Perhaps that fellow can help you.



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