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Old 01-01-2019, 06:48 PM
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Nice work!
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I like it, too. Reminds me of a Tuxedo...
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Sir,
I used 1-1/2" exhaust pipe. It was hobbled together originally.
I have since obtained a solid run of 1-1/2" with a 90 degree bend finished off with a rain cap. (Not pictured)

Am still searching for the perfect muffler (fit, function, look)

I may end up having to fabricate one that suits me.

thanks for taking a look.
Might look into a "shorty" mo'sikkil muffler.
they have various ones and have a pleasant appearing bullet design like a glass pack muffler and a purdy chrome plating.
IIRR my Gran daughter put a set of 4 on her little honda 350 4 cyl.
Seems like they were 12" long and the inside diameter of about your exhaust pipe.
But they sho' ain't quiet
That little honda @ 12,000 just screamed in yer ears.
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This guy is a member on on the wheel horse forum, he makes some nice stacks.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/GARDEN-TRAC...wAAOSwmSZbL91E




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I really like the black and white theme! Here is a 72 I found on line thats black and white and saved a pic of it.






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Thread is from here Randy

https://www.onlycubcadets.net/forum/...ad.php?t=29532
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I'll be danged! I missed his thread, I like it!!

Thanks for bird dogging for me!




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