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Ford 3000 verticle exhaust

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new old SU tractor

04-27-2020 04:31:22




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I need some info as to my exhaust pipe turning, can I put a band clamp on the pipe at the manifold or is that a bad idea. This is on a diesel engine.




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Texasmark1

04-30-2020 05:33:09




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
I have a 3000 and 3910, both with vertical exhausts, one round muffler and one long and oval. Both have muffler clamps like found on an auto's exhaust....back in the old days.



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Tom in Mo.

04-28-2020 03:11:27




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
Mine just sits on top the manifold like yours. A parts book would tell whether it came with a clamp.



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JMOR

04-27-2020 11:19:08




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeIt appears that it all hinges on whether verticle or vertical. :roll:



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Margo

04-27-2020 10:43:28




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
Was only offering another solution to his situation.



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Sean in PA

04-27-2020 08:38:25




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
I've seen several replies here relating to a conversion from horizontal to vertical exhaust systems. I don't see that mentioned by the OP. Maybe I'm reading too much into the original post, but his original question about the exhaust turning on him implies, to me at least, that he already has a vertical exhaust system and he's looking for a solution to the stack rotating on him from the vibrations of the engine.

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Margo

04-27-2020 07:12:07




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
I have a horizontal manifold from a 3930 that I replaced with a vertical exhaust. I have manifold, pipe, muffler and brackets if you might be interested in changing. Pretty sure it will work on 3000.



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Destroked 450

04-27-2020 06:48:03




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
I'm assuming you have a oval muffler and don't like it turning sideways?

You can put a clamp on the pipe but don't tighten it to much or you'll have problems getting it back off at a later date, also there's a short extension pipe that fits to the exhaust manifold and the muffler fits over that extension. The manifold has a notch and the extension pipe has a dimple that fits into that notch, this keeps the extension pipe from rotating, sometimes these don't fit together well or the dimple wears out allowing the pipe to turn, if this become as issue replace the extension rather than trying to clamp it to the manifold.

The pipes are worn on some of my tractors allowing the muffler to turn, but I run the round mufflers so it's not a issue.

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new old SU tractor

04-27-2020 19:06:23




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to Destroked 450, 04-27-2020 06:48:03  
The muffler is round but it was bent from hitting something before I got it. I don't like things turning and moving around, I think I'll replace the manifold pipe and muffler. I'll put a band clamp on just to keep the muffler a little more solid and keep it from turning.



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mikewood869

04-27-2020 06:32:36




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
You're going to need a new manifold, the current one holes won't line up to the block.
This is the one I got from Amazon and it works well:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KP7HXJS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

The muffler I got from Newholland parts was the single piece. I ended up having to cut a bigger hole in the hood to make sure the pipe fit into the hole. The part number for that is: 81817063. Money wise, I think converting it to a vertical exhaust costed under $100. The biggest reason we switched was we were dying when stacking when the wind blows in the right direction.

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sotxbill

04-27-2020 06:24:23




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
The verticle exhaust comes with a short pipe that is made to sit in the exhaust maniford, with a "flange" on it to keep rain water from running down into the manifold, AND.. the short pipe is reduced at the top to allow a muffler to sit over it. It is designed so you DONT have to use a clamp... AND its designed so you can simply side the muffler off when you need to pull the hood. This short section is availible from many aftermarket companies and is very inexpensive.

https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/Ford-3000_Pipe_D0NN5B255D.html
just over 15 bucks but worth every penny. Hope this helps.

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Tom in Mo.

04-27-2020 06:23:50




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
Mine does the same thing and has no clamp. The short pipe from the casting up to the muffler is clamped at the muffler but not at the cast iron manifold.
At least, like this, we can run into low roofs and tree branches and not risk cracking any cast iron.



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Dean

04-27-2020 06:16:53




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 Re: Ford 3000 verticle exhaust in reply to new old SU tractor, 04-27-2020 04:31:22  
Your engine uses different exhaust manifolds for horizontal and vertical exhaust applications.

Dean



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