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    through body mufflers

    all you guys that have reinstalled the attex muffler what did you use for the gasket material between flanges???
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    always used the factory fabric washer but i know they tend to deteriorate into nothing.
    i thought about using mortar that come in a calking tube but was just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by james gerber View Post
    always used the factory fabric washer but i know they tend to deteriorate into nothing.
    i thought about using mortar that come in a calking tube but was just a thought.
    I had no idea what that actually was! I thought it was some kind of asbestos stuff. LOL

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    I thought they were asbestos. I think I have some extras somewhere. I eliminated the factory through hull. I'll let you know.

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    I think they are asbestos as well, Perhaps use carbon sheeting like Max used and like 4 stroke exhaust gaskets.


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    Thanks fellas! Carbon sheeting huh? I’m gonna have to google that as I’m not sure what that isn’t! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toys4Me View Post
    I thought they were asbestos. I think I have some extras somewhere. I eliminated the factory through hull. I'll let you know.
    I’m eliminating 1 machine and replacing a bad muffler on a green tomahawk! Let me know!
    Thank you

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    I do have a pair of gaskets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toys4Me View Post
    I do have a pair of gaskets.
    Pm me the details Mike please.

    Thank you

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