Repro exhaust supplier

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Post by rodklop » Sun Nov 18, 2007 4:23 am

I need to replace the exhaust system on my 48 pan. I want to use the stock 4 piece system. Anyone have advise on who makes GOOD repro
parts that fit?? Thanks...Rod



Post by Guest » Sun Nov 18, 2007 11:55 pm

I would also like to know. Anything other than V-Twin. Bob

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Post by windweaver » Mon Nov 19, 2007 4:53 am

don't know how good they are. but they've been selling parts for a long time. try haven't heard anything bad so it might be worth a try. WW

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Post by Panacea » Tue Nov 20, 2007 12:09 am

I bought the two into one stock style exhaust from Paughco for my 51, It's a three piece system , 712-C ,the only problem is the "y" pipe won't pull out far enough away from the frame to allow the muffler to clear the tail section, I believe now the four piece system would allow more flex.I've also noticed a few pics on this site showing the pipe on the outside of the kicker spring, which I plan to try. V-Twin#29-0173 looks like a possible better bet. Mike

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Post by Robert Luland » Tue Nov 20, 2007 12:58 am

Paughco sucks! I'll give ya some examples over the last twenty-five years. Early inside primaries are 1/8" to shallow. Ya got to beat the crap out of them so the motor sprocket doesn't rub. I remember getting an order back in 84 for a juice brake braided line set a a set of fat bob tanks. The line set didn't even come close to fitting and the tanks? You don't know what shicht is until you see a set of these. The inside walls are not indented to fit around the tank. Mike I also have used 712-C and the only reason they fit is because I order them to chop them up to make custom pipes for STD heads. If I had to use them on a panhead install the answer would be no way. I'm sure they might have something in theirr inventory that fits (A lock washer) but I've never found it. Whats great about the web is it allows you to warn others of a cash cow pig. Just try and return something to Pork"o". Bob :(

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Post by rodklop » Tue Nov 20, 2007 4:33 am

Has any one bought exhaust system from NOS Parts in Wellington Ohio?
I have bought small parts from them and been satisfied.



Post by VT » Tue Nov 20, 2007 4:47 am

Try Kick-Start in Michigan (616) 245-8991 (EST), they are like us. They tell you if you need to take a hammer to something. No surprises.
or try the above mentioned

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Post by rodklop » Tue Nov 20, 2007 5:02 am

Thanks I'll give them a try.............Rod

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