'64 FLH exhaust

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HDTTM
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1964 FLH

'64 FLH exhaust

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Post by HDTTM » Wed Sep 24, 2008 8:20 pm

Just looking for a little "shopping" advice.

The exhaust pipes on the '64 Duo Glide seems to be getting a lot of leaks, and seems to be getting louder all the time. I figure I'll just replace the whole system. I'd like to keep this one fairly original looking and on the quieter side.

Any thoughts or ideas as to where to get a complete (as possible) exhaust system which should mount up fairly close? I'm wondering if any of you have any good places to look, or even if you have had any horror stories about buying OEM-type pipes, and who to possibly avoid.

Thanks



Panacea
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Re: '64 FLH exhaust

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Post by Panacea » Thu Sep 25, 2008 1:39 am

I got a new system from J&P which was advertised for 48-64, in reality the set is for swing arm pans, not ridjids. It did fit OK so I'm useing it anyway...Mike

King
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Re: '64 FLH exhaust

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Post by King » Thu Sep 25, 2008 2:12 pm

HDTTM

I would check out NOS parts (www.nosparts.com). They carry a full line of exhaust parts both crome and black and their prices and service are great.

King

HDTTM
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1964 FLH

Re: '64 FLH exhaust

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Post by HDTTM » Thu Sep 25, 2008 4:26 pm

Thanks!

I'll check 'em out

junker
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Re: '64 FLH exhaust

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Post by junker » Sat Sep 27, 2008 4:47 am

Check to see if you have enough clamps on it.mine can sure vibrate a lot just sitting.on the road they take a lot of abuse.

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