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  • Farmall Cub muffler -- this IS NOT a Cub Cadet muffler, just a Farmall Cub.  You can purchase this item at a farm store or from a Case-International dealer.  I bought mine at Blain's Farm & Fleet,  part number IH 1.
  • 1" diameter by 6-8" long pipe.
  • 1" diameter by 6" pipe.
  •  90 degree elbow with 1" fittings.
  • Lock nuts!!!  I bought a box of five so I could put one on every fitting.  Tighten them super-tight.
  • 1-1/4" muffler clamp.  This will fit tight on the muffler, but will hold it down to the pipe like a rock!
  • Personal choice would be a turnout or a rain cap on your muffler.  I used a raincap on mine to make that "clinking" noise at idle.

Take your 8-inch long pipe with a locknut and attach it to the block.  Always use a lock nut.  Then, screw on your 90 degree elbow.  Screw in the 6-inch pipe and put your muffler clamp on your muffler.  Put the muffler on the 6-inch pipe and tighten very hard.  

(Additional note from Kent:  You may want to fabricate a brace that bears part of the weight of the muffler, and bolt it to something solid on the engine like a head bolt.)

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