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dcarnold73

03-17-2017 17:22:15




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I am sure this has been covered before, but: I need to be able to store my S/C under cover without removing the muffler.
Ideas please. Email is open-I think.




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fixerupper

03-19-2017 06:08:20




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to dcarnold73, 03-17-2017 17:22:15  
Fivewindow, your picture brings back a fairly painful but humorous memory. We have a B with a horizontal muffler. It has a belly mower and the horizontal muffler doesn't snag branches when mowing under trees. One time when I was mowing I drove it straight toward a low building , stopped with the nose of the tractor at the building and planned to back up. What I didn't realize was the muffler was blowing exhaust up under the eve of the roof and right into a wasp nest. The first mad wasp hit me on the ear, then another one. I bailed off the tractor and ran, leaving the tractor sitting there running wide open, mower running with a swarm of wasps attacking it. It was quite awhile before I got the wasps eliminated with wasp and hornet spray so I could shut the tractor down.

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dcarnold73

03-18-2017 15:18:46




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to dcarnold73, 03-17-2017 17:22:15  
Thanks All for your help. Very much appreciated. DC



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47fivewindow

03-18-2017 11:38:22




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to dcarnold73, 03-17-2017 17:22:15  
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I. did it . Apologies to the correct police.



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47fivewindow

03-18-2017 07:14:58




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to dcarnold73, 03-17-2017 17:22:15  
I saw a M tractor plowing snow on the web somewhere that had a sweep installed to mount the muffler exhausting horizontally toward the front with a 45 on the end. I am thinking about trying that on my SC.



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D beatty

03-18-2017 08:02:26




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to 47fivewindow, 03-18-2017 07:14:58  
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You mean something like the one in this picture I found on net . We had a bank barn years ago that we had to load manure out of and put a stock muffler laying down on our Farmall B but let the exhaust blow straight out in front of tractor. Make sure you leave enough room between muffler and hood so you don't burn paint on hood.

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47fivewindow

03-18-2017 08:45:51




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to D beatty, 03-18-2017 08:02:26  
That's the idea, why not. I mow along the field edges and have to dodge tree limbs.



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khouse6

03-17-2017 17:54:33




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to dcarnold73, 03-17-2017 17:22:15  
i have been advised to never snug up the muffler clamp. (we have trees and if you bump the muffler on a low hanging limb, it might not break the manifold) so the muffler lifts off , with ease. kind of



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D beatty

03-19-2017 09:12:49




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to khouse6, 03-17-2017 17:54:33  
That's what chainsaws are for. I keep every thing trimmed up so I can get under trees without limbs taking muffler or me off tractor.



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fbh44

03-17-2017 17:52:10




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 Re: S/c Exhaust in reply to dcarnold73, 03-17-2017 17:22:15  
ANY ideas? I had to store my H in the old garage, with a lower-height door opening, so I drove up gently, stopped, and hack-sawed off the muffler pipe so she'd fit underneath. Worked just fine.



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