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H or M muffler

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J.E.

02-17-2001 13:21:51




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I was wondering if anybody knew what muffler you could get that gives the most correct sound for an H or M. I have been using Stanley IH 10. It sounds pretty good but does not have that good Farmall sound like the original muffler. The muffler you get from Case IH does not sound right at all. Thanks.




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Original

02-18-2001 08:03:01




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 Re: H or M muffler in reply to J.E., 02-17-2001 13:21:51  
Original muffler during the 40's had a smaller outlet which can reduce sound level.



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02-18-2001 08:00:59




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 Re: H or M muffler in reply to J.E., 02-17-2001 13:21:51  
Original muffler during the 40's had a smaller outlet which can reduce sound level.



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John C.

02-17-2001 17:03:23




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 Re: H or M muffler in reply to J.E., 02-17-2001 13:21:51  
thanks for these ideas. I hadn't really thought about how much difference a muffler might make, but i think I'll try a change on an H. I never has sounded quite right to me.............



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Staley or Stanley?

02-17-2001 14:59:00




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 Re: H or M muffler in reply to J.E., 02-17-2001 13:21:51  
Red sez AE Staley? Bob sez Stanley? (with n ) Which spelling?



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Bob M - dunno...

02-17-2001 15:13:51




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 Re: Re: H or M muffler in reply to Staley or Stanley?, 02-17-2001 14:59:00  
I always presumed it was Stanley (with an N), but my memory's not much better than my keyboarding. Think my wife's dad still has a couple on his Oliver's - I'll try to get a look at them tomorrow.

For what it's worth, I routinely see tank cars with "A E Staley" painted prominently on them spotted on the siding at the local corn syrup plant. Seems sorta unlikely this outfit also makes tractor mufflers...

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Bob M

02-17-2001 14:45:28




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 Re: H or M muffler in reply to J.E., 02-17-2001 13:21:51  
I agree with The Red - the Stanley muffler has the "best" sound.

I bought a couple mufflers from Ken Updike (Carter and Grunenwald) last year. They sound like the old Stanleys we used to run back in the 60's. After a year of use both mufflers still look like new.

The H/M muffler Central Tractor stocks is too sharp sounding IMO - drives me nuts after a while. And they rust out fast too.

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The Red

02-17-2001 13:29:55




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 Re: H or M muffler in reply to J.E., 02-17-2001 13:21:51  
The last IH muffler I had on a 51 H didn't give the old H sound. The best I have heard are A.E. Staley mufflers. In Indiana you can find them at Farm and Fleet stores. They have a tendency to rust fairly quick though.



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