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Pre-bent Exhaust System?

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Mike in MD

03-09-2010 07:36:15




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Anyone know a good place to purchase a pre-bent exhaust system including everything from the flange to the muffler?

I just bought a '56 311 with a rusted off horizontal exhaust system. I'm not sure if I want to keep it horizontal but I do need to replace everything up to the manifold. I keep finding mufflers for sale but that's not all I need.

Any help is appreciated.




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Mike in MD

03-11-2010 07:42:08




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 Re: Pre-bent Exhaust System? in reply to Mike in MD, 03-09-2010 07:36:15  
Thanks for the suggestions. I decided to switch to vertical exhaust given the height of the horizontal muffler above ground. It's also a simpler setup since I could buy the elbow.

I'm sure you'll be hearing from me with other questions.



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C. Amick

03-10-2010 18:56:48




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 Re: Pre-bent Exhaust System? in reply to Mike in MD, 03-09-2010 07:36:15  
There's one on Ebay. Will it work? See link below.



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JICASE

03-09-2010 09:35:58




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 Re: Pre-bent Exhaust System? in reply to Mike in MD, 03-09-2010 07:36:15  
I have a 430 with underneath exhaust. Very similar setup.
A few years ago I ordered everything from Case. Exhaust pipe was pre-bent with all the curves including a dent to clear the steering shaft. Flange welded on too.
Only dissappointment was the muffler. The new one was louder than the old one that had a hole in it. Wasn't the same brand as the original so...



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J Heitkemper

03-09-2010 07:47:11




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 Re: Pre-bent Exhaust System? in reply to Mike in MD, 03-09-2010 07:36:15  
get a 1/4 rod and bend it the way you feel the pipe shape should turn ,, then go to the mufler shop and them follow the pattern ,



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