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Re: Baffled over Stanley mufflers

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01-19-2014 07:01:52

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Stanley builds mufflers according to OEM specs. If the original specs called for a baffle, then that is how Stanley built it. If the specs called for the muffler to NOT have a baffle, then that is how they build it. The confusion occurs when folks do not look for the correct muffler for their particular tractor. For instance, the correct Stanley muffler for a Farmall H DOES have a baffle, and the muffler for a Farmall M DOES NOT have a baffle, but the M muffler will fit the H and vice-versa.

My 1940 H has a Stanley muffler purchased from a Case-IH dealer. It HAS a baffle, and it IS quieter. It also has a slightly longer barrell than an M muffler, but the over-all length is the same.

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01-19-2014 07:43:27

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 Re: Baffled over Stanley mufflers in reply to rustyfarmall, 01-19-2014 07:01:52  
The mufflers from IH in the 50's do NOT have baffles, that includes the ABC, H and M. Ken Updike had mufflers made to the original OEM specs, that began sales last year. I have all 3 of them plus an H muffler I bought about 2002 also to IH specs. I also have a muffler from CaseIH for a Super A before Ken had his made, it does not have a baffle. Can aftermarket built ones have a baffle -- yes, IH has a couple of manufacturers, I don't know which is which. But those mufflers are not original. Also the mufflers built before the late 40's-early 50's are not like the ones built in the 50's, baffled or not I don't remember, but I don't think so. As to sound, I am mostly deaf. In the 50's I drove my dad's H, which had a worn out original muffler replaced by the newer one that Ken copied, both of them made me deaf plus other things I was too dumb not to use.

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01-19-2014 09:29:35

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 Re: Baffled over Stanley mufflers in reply to CNKS, 01-19-2014 07:43:27  
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Deafness is more genetic than anything else. I am 63 years old. I grew up driving the old Farmalls. My hearing is still very good.

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01-21-2014 05:48:43

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 Re: Baffled over Stanley mufflers in reply to rustyfarmall, 01-19-2014 09:29:35  
You may be right Rusty. My mother could not hear worth a darn either and she hardly never drove a tractor.

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01-19-2014 15:13:51

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 Re: Baffled over Stanley mufflers in reply to rustyfarmall, 01-19-2014 09:29:35  
When I was 12 years old my dad put me on an H -- at noon and quitting time my ears would be numb. They cleared up in a few minutes and I forgot about it. I am 76, my dad was also partially deaf. If it is hereditary it is either resistance to noise or no resistance to noise. I blame it on the noise, one way or the other. I retired at age 63, I could hear "pretty well", it went downhill from there.

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