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Doc Larry 400 exhaust elbow

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chuck machinist

11-17-2012 18:05:53




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I have learned that a valuable tool exists within this website. It is called the ARCHIVES.It has helped me find answers to many questions concerning my 411. For example,I finished my shift lever this morning,and went for a ride.When I returned I noticed that a stream of exhaust gas at the elbow! SOOOOO OOOOO OO I went to Archives,clicked on KEYWORD ,and typed exhaust elbow, then I clicked on Case Forum. and clicked go. There I found an article ,where Doc Larry explained That it was not rusted out,but that it is there to allow water to drain out! That article was posted 8years ago! By the way I found almost 300 articles on exhausts. Good hunting! And thanks Doc Larry!

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4x4stude

11-18-2012 17:09:52




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 Re: Doc Larry 400 exhaust elbow in reply to chuck machinist, 11-17-2012 18:05:53  
Chuck did you get my email? Zane



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chuck machinist

11-18-2012 17:55:58




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 Re: Doc Larry 400 exhaust elbow in reply to 4x4stude, 11-18-2012 17:09:52  
Ill check my e-mail in a few minutes.Chuck



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