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    Exhaust mess on the side cover

    My tractor is making a black mess from the exhaust on the hood side cover. Is this normal. It only has about 23 hours on it. I am thinking about taking it to an exhaust shop and having a stack bent for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramaxsky View Post
    My tractor is making a black mess from the exhaust on the hood side cover. Is this normal. It only has about 23 hours on it. I am thinking about taking it to an exhaust shop and having a stack bent for it.
    oh boy somebody putting a stack on their tractor-can't wait to see it.
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    I hope you can make out these pics. I had read a thread some where else about the same issue. So I found these at Home Depot for under $5 (If I remember correctly). I can now redirect the exhaust flow down. BUT .... I simply pressed the first one in and it didn't stay long. So now this one is riveted in.
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    Silicone 30

    You're not alone, many on here have made mods to direct the exhaust away from the paint. Look for one of these, this is just the first example I found in a quick search, I paid $3 I think on Ebay for mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramaxsky View Post
    My tractor is making a black mess from the exhaust on the hood side cover. Is this normal. It only has about 23 hours on it. I am thinking about taking it to an exhaust shop and having a stack bent for it.
    Can you share a photo of your issue?

    Looking at the parts illustration for your engine it looks like you have a similar left/front exhaust location like a lot of 1-series and older 2-series tractors. Several folks, myself included, have attached a small silicon rubber elbow which directs exhaust away from the tractor. This not only keeps the soot off the loader and other front implements but also helps keep the side area clean.

    Note, the photo was taken right after I first installed the hose. The soot has since been cleaned off the parking stand and loader arm. The hose has been installed now for over a year and it is working fine. Best $6 I ever spent.


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    Another option if you like the Chrome look is to get a metal P Trap from the hardware store. I want to say 1.25" pipe fits nice. They are normally made from copper or brass. Just cut it to get the angle you want. Also cut a couple slits in the end that goes over the original exhaust pipe so when you clamp it on with a stainless hose clam it can compress down a bit.

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    Here's what mine looks like... The tailpipe is 1.5 inch OD and 1-3/8 inch ID. What size is the silicone elbow (it looks stretched over the tailpipe) and where did you get ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsb2b View Post
    Here's what mine looks like... The tailpipe is 1.5 inch OD and 1-3/8 inch ID. What size is the silicone elbow (it looks stretched over the tailpipe) and where did you get ?
    Oh wow, that’s worse than the 1-series. They have the outlet too tight against the side cover.

    I got mine on EBay. I got it just a hair smaller than the pipe and it slid on with enough friction that it stays in place without the need for clamps yet can be removed or repositioned if needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Oh wow, that’s worse than the 1-series. They have the outlet too tight against the side cover.

    I got mine on EBay. I got it just a hair smaller than the pipe and it slid on with enough friction that it stays in place without the need for clamps yet can be removed or repositioned if needed.
    That's what I did too, I actually found a 1 3/8th silicone 45*, it was a brute to get on but it won't fall off without a lot of help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsb2b View Post
    Here's what mine looks like... The tailpipe is 1.5 inch OD and 1-3/8 inch ID.
    What size is the silicone elbow (it looks stretched over the tailpipe) and where did you get ?
    If you search eBay for " Silicone Turbo Hose Coupler" that will get you started,,
    there are elbows, and size adapters, and straight hoses to choose from,,

    you can get one that will make your tractor look like a Cummins powered Dodge truck that some kid drives,,,



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