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    3025E Vertical Exhaust

    Good morning everyone,

    I have owned my 3025e for just over a year now. The exhaust is starting to turn the loader arms and bucket black, does anyone know of a vertical exhaust kit for the 3e series? Hope I put this in the right spot.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tlyons83 View Post
    Good morning everyone,

    I have owned my 3025e for just over a year now. The exhaust is starting to turn the loader arms and bucket black, does anyone know of a vertical exhaust kit for the 3e series? Hope I put this in the right spot.

    Thank you
    i haven't heard one being offered yet. i wished my 2520 had a vertical stack--now i have seen yrs ago a few fellas had ones bent up at a exhaust shop for their 2520s--but they never came back to say how it worked out for them.

    good luck and i hope u find a stack for ur 3025e
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    The 3e actually use to come with a vertical stack. Not sure what year that changed.
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    Didn’t Deere improve the exhaust dump on the 2018? What model year do you have? I don’t get mine for a few weeks.

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    I have a 2017 model, the exhaust exits on the right side(standing in front of the machine) I know Deere offers a vertical exhaust for the 3R series but I doubt it would bolt up to the E series tractors.

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    Not sure if this would work but tossing out an idea.

    Many of us have upgraded to "Chrome" exhaust on some of our machines. I did this on my Z950R. Go to the hardware store and buy a chorme (make sure it is metal not chomed plastic) P Trap for a sink. Get out your hack saw or sawzall and cut it to size and then cut a couple slits along the side of it so you can squeeze it down on the existing exhaust pipe with a stainless hose clamp. The P trap will be a 90 turn or close to it depending on how you "tune" it by trimming it. It won't be a vertical exhaust but you can likely direct it down to the ground rather than straight out at the FEL.

    No idea if this will work on a 3025E as I don't know the size of the exhaust pipe to say if a P Trap would fit and what you are working with for clearances but many people have done this on various Deere machines. I did it on the Z because the exhaust pipe was directed at some of the collection system. I direct it down and a little forward so it isn't exiting on the components.

    Most of the chrome P Traps are made from brass or maybe it is copper. Either way they won't rust and hold up to any heat just fine.

    Here are some examples. I didn't see any on a 3025E in a quick search but it gives you the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tlyons83 View Post
    I have a 2017 model, the exhaust exits on the right side(standing in front of the machine) I know Deere offers a vertical exhaust for the 3R series but I doubt it would bolt up to the E series tractors.

    On the 3R the exhaust exits out the top of the hood, so I don't think it will.
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