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    Default BX exhaust exit options?

    My BX24 arrived with the little exhaust tip point back towards the rear. This got soot on the cowling. This past week after a thorough soaking in PB Blaster, I freed the tip and pointed it forward. Now it's getting soot on the brush guard. I'm thinking a chrome stack would look great , and would be functional at the same time. Does anyone have a How-To on any other exit options that would soot and heat away from the tractor?
    I love playin' in the dirt!! BX24 w/MMM, Grass Collector, BX2763A Plow, BX2750D Snowthrower, BroTek Ripper Tooth, BXpanded Backhoe Dolly

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    Super Member radioman's Avatar
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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    Mine is pointed right at the FEL and it gets soot on FEL. aggravating. I been thinking of making a attachment to go straight down to rail. Missouri thunder made one with chrome stack going up. Another added a heat resistant pvc pipe going down some- can't remember who did. aczlan? achinbac? something like that.

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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    I've got the same problem as Radioman, soot on the loader. I'm thinking of installing an exhaust elbow and directing the exhaust 90 degrees to the ground. Should be able to find one at the local parts store.

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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    i,d like put a stack exhaust on my bx24

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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    something in polished stainless... bling... bling
    " diesel smoke and mirrors"

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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    Here's MissouriThunder's post with pictures of his chrome exhaust stack for his BX. http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/o...objective.html
    BX24, 60" MMM, Woods HC48 Rotary Cutter, W.R Long Flat Toothbar, 4' Farm Force Box Blade, Leinbach 7200JR PHD w/ 12" & 9" augers, Cosmo XB 3PH spreader, Pat's Easy Change, Front & Rear Bro-Tek Skid Plates, BXpanded Under Armor/Brush Forks/BH Dolly/Bucket Hooks/Tool Pouch/Work Lights, drag harrow, Larry's Mower Axle Stands, 52" Rachet Rake, Millcreek manure spreader

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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    Quote Originally Posted by ad4pl View Post
    i,d like put a stack exhaust on my bx24
    Here's a thread with pics, but I took it off, I need to find a quieter muffler.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/c...haust-mod.html
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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    Yeah, I'm saving for an exhaust stack (soon as I pay off my "spinners")

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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    Not sure if this would be an issue with the BX but I know the old 8N Fords had a bad habit of starting grass fires with the bottom exhaust. Another problem was they would get pinched or bent if driving over and solid oblect.

    If you point them up the pipe should be higher than your head to reduce the noise level and they now become another object for tree branches to tear off.

    Roy

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    Default Re: BX exhaust exit options?

    Quote Originally Posted by oldnslo View Post
    Not sure if this would be an issue with the BX but I know the old 8N Fords had a bad habit of starting grass fires with the bottom exhaust. Another problem was they would get pinched or bent if driving over and solid oblect.

    If you point them up the pipe should be higher than your head to reduce the noise level and they now become another object for tree branches to tear off.

    Roy
    Yep, one of my sons broke the stack on our CX80 on a tree limb.
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