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Exhaust stack on tractor

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09-02-2002 14:30:44

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I have some debri rattling inside of the exhaust stack (muffler). Anyone out there know of a way to get this stuff out? It is most likely small bits of rust from the inside of the stack. Thanks in advance.

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Jim in Michigan

09-02-2002 18:02:16

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 Re: exhaust stack on tractor in reply to ED, 09-02-2002 14:30:44  
I had the same trouble with my H and I replaced the muffler,,,, one word of advice, if you plan on using the tractor alot put a taller exhaust pipe on it,, keeps the exhaust out of your face ,,,Jim

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John S-B

09-02-2002 17:59:02

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 Re: exhaust stack on tractor in reply to ED, 09-02-2002 14:30:44  
If you get a new muffler get a rain cap, that should help with the rust and only about $5.

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Michael Soldan

09-02-2002 15:57:58

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 Re: exhaust stack on tractor in reply to ED, 09-02-2002 14:30:44  
Ed, I keep thinking about your post and decided to speak up. I would be concerned that debris in the muffler could drop down inside the manifold on shut down. A flake of rusted muffler could get into a valve and so a new muffler for $25 would be cheaper than a valve job. Maybe its nothing on the other hand maybe chunks of rust could cause some damage...good luck from Mike in Exeter Ontario

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09-02-2002 17:28:43

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 Re: Re: exhaust stack on tractor in reply to Michael Soldan, 09-02-2002 15:57:58  
Thanks Michael for the sound advice. I will pick up a new stack.

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09-02-2002 15:17:12

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 Re: exhaust stack on tractor in reply to ED, 09-02-2002 14:30:44  
Don't worry, be happy. If the muffler is in good shape, keep running it. Good luck.

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