1941 Farmall M Muffler or...

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1941 Farmall M Muffler or...

Postby PVF1799 » Fri Mar 06, 2020 4:24 pm

Last fall the proverbial hedgerow tree branch too the M Muffler to the metal recycle pile. Now I know I can go to TCS and buy one, but I really don't like supporting them and their imports. What's the best place to buy either a muffler or dual stack straight pipe? My son, loves the sound w/o the muffler at all. Since we wear hearing protection anyway.....

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Re: 1941 Farmall M Muffler or...

Postby Don McCombs » Fri Mar 06, 2020 5:41 pm

Have you tried your local CaseIH dealer for the muffler?
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Re: 1941 Farmall M Muffler or...

Postby ClassicTractorProfessor » Wed May 27, 2020 6:22 pm

Not sure where they source them from, but I was looking at mufflers as well as straight stacks in my Steiner catalog for my M the other day. Probably gonna go with straight on mine, nothing out there compares to the sound of an M working hard with straight exhaust.
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Re: 1941 Farmall M Muffler or...

Postby Bill Hudson » Wed May 27, 2020 8:22 pm

HandyProfessor wrote:Not sure where they source them from, but I was looking at mufflers as well as straight stacks in my Steiner catalog for my M the other day. Probably gonna go with straight on mine, nothing out there compares to the sound of an M working hard with straight exhaust.


I mentioned that I spent gobs of time on a Case DC similar to yours, a huge portion of that time was without a muffler because I liked to here it ‘bark.’ Now I’m wearing hearing aids and my left ear is the worst from spending a lot of time turning my head to the right to observe the implement I was towing. Lesson learned but way too late.

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Re: 1941 Farmall M Muffler or...

Postby ClassicTractorProfessor » Wed May 27, 2020 8:51 pm

Bill Hudson wrote:I mentioned that I spent gobs of time on a Case DC similar to yours, a huge portion of that time was without a muffler because I liked to here it ‘bark.’ Now I’m wearing hearing aids and my left ear is the worst from spending a lot of time turning my head to the right to observe the implement I was towing. Lesson learned but way too late.

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Hearing protection is always a good idea around any and all equipment. Unfortunately most of us, myself included, don't heed the warnings until it is too late. I'm just shy of 30 and my hearing is already compromised, too many summers of checking irrigation engines with no ear protection. Chevy 454s turning 2100 rpm and running open headers are definitely not easy on the old ears.
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Re: 1941 Farmall M Muffler or...

Postby John *.?-!.* cub owner » Wed May 27, 2020 9:32 pm

We used to use Maremont Cherry Bombs on our Hs. Liked that tone.
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