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Muffler ID Help Needed

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Old 06-13-2005, 07:07:55 PM
Bill In Indiana Bill In Indiana is offline
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Default Muffler ID Help Needed

Picked this up a while back for a project, and it won't work for my needs. Can anyone help me identify it so I can properly describe it while finding it a new home?
Measures 6 inches across, threaded opening is 1 3/4, casting number is either 7D-48 or 1D-48 or 10-48. Anyone know what this belongs on? -Bill In Indiana
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Default Re: Muffler ID Help Needed

Believe it to be off a wisconsin two cylendar.
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Old 06-14-2005, 09:12:31 AM
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looks more like a Stover KA muffler. The wisconson twins had a series of small holes drilled around the rim, to help keepm water out of the exhaust. This muffler, if mounted upright, would act like a rain catcher, with the raised lip on the outer rim
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