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    Super Star Member RoyJackson's Avatar
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    Default Flapper for Exhaust

    I know this has been discussed before on one of the TBN forums, but does anyone have a lead on where to buy a flapper for an exhaust stack?
    It would be for a Deere 790.


    Thanks in advance, guys!

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    The last one I got I picked-up at TSC. Also, I think there is a gut selling them over the net, but I can't remember his site address. Maybe a search under tractor parts/accessories would work.

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    TSC, Agri-Supply, SHoup, Valu-Bilt, Sloan Express, Most any equipment dealer.....

    On the same topic.... (This is like the over/under thing with toilet paper) Flap opens forward/backward??????

    I prefer the "hinge" to the rear. BUT.... A couple of my tractors are turbo-charged. They get trailered from time to time. It's best to have the hinge FORWARD, so the wind pushes the flap down. That prevents air being forced down the exhaust stack, which can spin the turbo impeller (in SOME cases).

    There's a dozen theories on why this does happen/can't happen/shouldn't happen/happened to me.

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    I did a search and found that tractorpartsinc offers six different size caps.

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    I bought the one I had on my B7100 from TSC. Just need to measure the diameter of the tractor's exhaust and TSC had several sizes.

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    I found the cheapest priced (and probably nicest built) one at my CO-op.

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    I put the hinge 90 degrees to the tractor body. It seems to keep the smoke out of my face the the best that way.

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    </font><font color="blue" class="small">( On the same topic.... (This is like the over/under thing with toilet paper) Flap opens forward/backward?????? )</font>
    ummm, i always liked the hinge to be forwards, but maybe that blows more smoke in your face??? [img]/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] as for trailering, never have, though people i know ONLY back their tractors on, so i guess the flapper would face the other way.

    oh yea... toilet paper goes over [img]/forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img] [img]/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    <font color="blue">I put the hinge 90 degrees to the tractor body. It seems to keep the smoke out of my face the the best that way.
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    I like the hinge to the front. Working around tree branches, it seems to lessen limbs jerking on it. Of course, in reverse it gets more abuse.

    TK

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    Default Re: Flapper for Exhaust

    Measure the size of the pipe,,Nappa auto parts have em.

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