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End off of a Truck Exhaust Stack


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Old 09-06-2018, 03:28:56 PM
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Default End off of a Truck Exhaust Stack

Hi,
I found what I think is the end off of truck exhaust stack something like a military deuce. I honestly do not know what this is but what I call the shroud is 4 1/2" long and a 2 9/16" diameter and the pipe with the threads is 2 1/2" long and a 1 3/4" diameter. Thank you for information on this item.
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Default Re: End off of a truck exhaust stack

Hello all
It looks more like a sieve to go with a foot valve or the bottom of a suction pipe for a water pump. To stop sticks and rocks etc been pumped out of the creek or dam or what-ever into your water pump.

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Default Re: End off of a truck exhaust stack

I agree with Scott - looks like a water pump foot valve minus the internals, or a pump inlet suction screen....
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Default Re: End off of a truck exhaust stack

I, too, agree, It's a suction hose strainer.
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Default Re: End off of a Truck Exhaust Stack

1-3/4 diameter, and would have had a disk or metal ball laying in the coupling, to fall against that landing in the bottom to stop backflow as a foot valve. Would have had no ball or disc for basic drop suction head.
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