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Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors

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Handyman6

03-15-2019 10:51:28




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Looking for ideas for a muffler cover for my 1950 B and 1939 B. These tractors will be transported over 600 miles. Need covers to protect from rain and not damage muffler paint, etc.




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Ken Christopherson

03-17-2019 00:34:27




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 Re: Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors in reply to Handyman6, 03-15-2019 10:51:28  
PVC Pipe and Pipe Cap... Works great, paintable if you wish... And inexpensive at any big box hardware/home supply store.



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MSD

03-15-2019 17:45:05




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 Re: Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors in reply to Handyman6, 03-15-2019 10:51:28  
Is your muffler round or oval. My wife makes stack covers for different size intake and exhaust stacks. They are made with marine grade vinyl and lined with felt so they don't scratch. They have a velcro strip at the bottom to hold them tight to the pipe. Email is open if you need more information or are interested in ordering.

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amtrac

03-15-2019 15:49:19




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 Re: Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors in reply to Handyman6, 03-15-2019 10:51:28  
Don't forget to cover the mags too.



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Tim S

03-15-2019 14:43:40




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 Re: Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors in reply to Handyman6, 03-15-2019 10:51:28  
Do you guys not know about duct tape?? Put the first wrap on backwards (sticky side out then the next wrap on the right way,,it will come off the muffler clean.



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OldFarmall450

03-15-2019 14:29:33




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 Re: Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors in reply to Handyman6, 03-15-2019 10:51:28  
We used to haul heavy equipment 100s of miles by simply putting a 5 gallon bucket on the exhaust and wiring the bail to the tractor. The boss didn't want the turbo to turn without lubrication.



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Barts Dad

03-15-2019 14:01:32




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 Re: Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors in reply to Handyman6, 03-15-2019 10:51:28  
Heavy cotton athletic sock followed by a heavy duty freezer/ziplock bag held on with multiple big rubber bands. The sock will keep the plastic from tearing on the muffler edge.



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Mike M

03-15-2019 11:08:31




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 Re: Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors in reply to Handyman6, 03-15-2019 10:51:28  
How about a sock slipped over them and then cover that with duck tape ?



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Rich'sToys

03-15-2019 10:58:45




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 Re: Muffler Covers for two-cylinder tractors in reply to Handyman6, 03-15-2019 10:51:28  
Is this for just while they're being transported? I'd just go ahead and haul them. Even if they did get rained on, one time is not going to make or break anything.



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