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Todd L

06-20-2006 15:00:24




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Is anyone familiar with the air stack-air inlet pipe being sold on e-bay? I've heard by the grapevine that some of those are built pretty light.




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Larry Martin

06-20-2006 16:03:48




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 Re: DC Air Stack in reply to Todd L, 06-20-2006 15:00:24  
Todd, I made my own from a piece of heavy exhaust pipe and a Stainless Steel dog food bowl. Cost about $6.00 in parts. I am posting a pictru of my DC. Ithink I am only about 30 miles from you if you want to come and look.



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Todd L

06-20-2006 15:05:26




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 Re: DC Air Stack in reply to Todd L, 06-20-2006 15:00:24  
I was not clear enough with my post. I'm talking abouthe the air stacks that people are selling that someone has built and is being sold as new. Thanks



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Mathias NY

06-21-2006 04:32:18




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 Re: DC Air Stack in reply to Todd L, 06-20-2006 15:05:26  
I just bought one from John Saeli, I think what I have is the same as the ebay auction. I can see how you think they look lighter, however the new one is stronger than the original stack that was on the tractor.

The one I bought fits a little snug fit on the air cleaner and the top bowl is riveted on. The originals were spot welded. Otherwise it's a perfect match.



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John Saeli

06-21-2006 04:48:40




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 Re: DC Air Stack in reply to Mathias NY, 06-21-2006 04:32:18  
The Tops are Stainless Steel.



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coke bottle bottoms

06-20-2006 15:17:50




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 Re: DC Air Stack in reply to Todd L, 06-20-2006 15:05:26  
call don l. hes got some i think..507 433 0073



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