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Texasmark1

02-04-2019 11:42:07




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Going from horizontal out the back to vertical. Bought the vertical manifold that has a 3 bolt output, so I bought the offset that goes from the manifold to the muffler, the muffler, and gaskets.

Since my left side hood has no hole and I notice that used part sellers make the distinction as to whether or not a cab is involved, I'm sort of confused.
I did buy the long bodied muffler, 27" for the body and 41" as I recall overall, One and seven eights inch inlet, two inch outlet....said it was for cab tractors....guessing that is hopefully, having the sound deadening section 27" rather than 16" to ensure cab tractors are quieter. I hope I get some quiet out of this thing!!!!!

Question is 3 fold......do you have a used one you want to sell, do you know anybody that does besides YT which is OK for a new one, and/or does the hole location in the hood change if you have a cab tractor....in short, having the offset to the front of the manifold outlet, does that move the hole or do they all have that offset......guessing they do as mufflers to fit 3910 all have one and seven eights inch round inputs that I have seen.

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Mark

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Destroked 450

02-08-2019 16:07:31




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Texasmark1, 02-04-2019 11:42:07  
Hood panel D3NN16626L is the one your wanting.

Hood panels for most of the cab models have a hole near the rear for the windshield washer fill, AC models have a rain deflector attached to the left panel near the front to shield the AC compressor.



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Texasmark1

02-08-2019 16:23:46




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Destroked 450, 02-08-2019 16:07:31  
Funny you say that. I got one from Broken Tractor in Baton Rouge, La. and it says that on the tag on the plastic cover over it but the hole is 11 inches from the rear like the x000 series use, My 3000 for one, rather than being 11 inches from the front like the 3910 uses. YT parts has a picture of the right one and the same number you listed. Anyway I have one coming and before shipping I had the sales guy go to the warehouse and measure it and it is 11" from the front as it should be. Will be returning the Broken Tractor part....have the return label.

Thanks for your time.

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Texasmark1

02-06-2019 15:22:18




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Texasmark1, 02-04-2019 11:42:07  
Can't believe I got all the parts in 2 days. Put it together and night and day. Guarantee you the FO-24 in the vertical configuration is wayyyyyyyy quieter than out the back with that 12-15" oval out the back, it's not down in the weeds when hogging, and not in your face when hooking things to the 3 pt.

In looking at 3910's I didn't know which I'd like. I know now and the view is only slightly restricted with it being oval and off to the side of the cowling which is one of the reasons I thought I'd like the out the rear.

The LH hood will be in tomorrow and I get that sheet metal installed and it will be quieter yet. I could not believe basically the same engine with 0.2" diameter increase in cylinder bore (4.4 vs 4.2") would make so much more noise....over my 3000. Now I know, it doesn't.

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Destroked 450

02-05-2019 06:20:15




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Texasmark1, 02-04-2019 11:42:07  
Yes one just vertical exhaust hood panel for the models I listed.

Same paint color from 65-98 or 99.



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Texasmark1

02-08-2019 05:55:41




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Destroked 450, 02-05-2019 06:20:15  
As it's turning out, item 45 on the Ford-NH www, 3910 LH hood section, there are 5 different configurations and the change is mostly in the alpha last character distinction and the first two. Seems lots of confusion in applying OEM part numbers to aftermarket parts with those characters and their authenticity. As it stands right now, I am accumulating a full set of parts to go with X000 series parts, or 00/010 after 1975 parts. Working on yet another hood today and if I get the right answer from the supplier I'll have the correct hood for the XX10 arrangement which I like. That arrangement puts the hole 11" from the front rather than 11" from the rear (seems to be the most popular....X000 usage) with no hole in the side.

What's really neat about most ag. parts suppliers is that they have generous return policies......as I guess would be the necessity given my above comments.....real friendly folks all around and eager to help.....amazing....in today's environment. Whatta deal!

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Texasmark1

02-05-2019 06:30:44




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Destroked 450, 02-05-2019 06:20:15  
Thank you sir!



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Destroked 450

02-04-2019 14:38:41




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Texasmark1, 02-04-2019 11:42:07  
The mufflers for cab tractors are taller to get the exhaust above the cab, I've used both on my open station tractors and can't tell much difference in the sound levels.

Look around and find a hood panel for vertical exhaust rather than cutting a hole in a good hood panel, the non hole hood panels are hard to find.

The panels for vertical exhaust have a raised lip to prevent water from running down on the engine.

Hood panel for 2600, 3600, 4600, 2610, 3610, 3910 and 4610 will fit your tractor.

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Texasmark1

02-04-2019 16:07:32




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Destroked 450, 02-04-2019 14:38:41  
I have a 3000 with a vertical stack and it has that ridge you mention. Didn't know that was it's purpose. Just thought it was cosmetic so that the hole wouldn't look so barren.

Is there only one LH hood panel for vertical in these tractors? If so, that will simplify the search. The YT panel is just under a hundred bucks plus shipping. Not all that bad and that in itself will keep me from cutting a hole in my current one.

On paint, When the 3 cylinders came out and Ford changed to more of an Aqua blue from a deep blue like is on my 4 cyl '63, did they keep that same color until NH bought them out or did they change again down the line....is the '88 color the same as the '65 3000 I have?

Thanks for the reply. Do appreciate it.

Mark

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Texasmark1

02-04-2019 11:43:32




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 Re: 3910 exhaust in reply to Texasmark1, 02-04-2019 11:42:07  
Tried entering this using fractions rather than writing out dimensions long hand and it wouldn't take it...not my fault......or is it? Daaaaaaa!!!



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