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Joe C

11-15-2006 18:04:01




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The cast iron elbow on mine is cracked around the flange. I was told this could be welded, but it requires basically heating it to red hot to do it. is this feasible, or should I look for a replacement? Are replacements still available? Is there another alternative? The previous owners tried J-B weld, with poor results. Thank you in advance.




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Tom Railsback

11-15-2006 19:01:03




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 Re: DC exhaust elbow. in reply to Joe C, 11-15-2006 18:04:01  
John Saeli, who posts on this forum, sells them as do a couple of others. The worst part is getting the old bolts out without twisting them off. I'm right in the middle of trying to drill a both of mine out.



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John Saeli

11-16-2006 18:06:19




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 Re: DC exhaust elbow. in reply to Tom Railsback, 11-15-2006 19:01:03  
We stock a nice re-production elbow for $39.00.



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Joe C

11-18-2006 05:18:39




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 Re: DC exhaust elbow. in reply to John Saeli, 11-16-2006 18:06:19  
Thank you both. I'll be ordering one shortly.



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