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Bob Herder Domestic upright muffler?


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Old 12-02-2006, 01:17:48 PM
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Default Bob Herder Domestic upright muffler?

Guys
I have just aquired a beautiful domestic upright (Bob Herder) casting kit built by mr. Bob Engler of Arkansas. I was wondering what the original muffler looked like on the real engine and if any model suppliers built mufflers for the model.

My first model engine and I really like it, starts and runs super. I have seen so many models that were hard to start and wouldn't run well at all. This one does and I am proud of it. Bob Engler did an excellent job of building the engine .

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Bob,
I was told to check with you to see if you had an original tag for a 3/12 4hp woodpecker?
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Default Re: Bob Herder Domestic upright muffler?

Dave There was no record of any of the Vertical domestics having a Muffler
I have seen 2 originals and 8 original factory pictures and no mufflers
I have come up with a muffler that would work (resembles the later Domestic mufflers)
I can send you a picture if you like
Bob

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Paul: I have repros of both woodpecker tags the middletown(small) and the reliance
(large)
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Default Re: Bob Herder Domestic upright muffler?

Bob, I am looking for a crank guard, muffler and tag for a Domestic Stove Pipe.
Got your name from Mr. Peters.
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John Graham
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BOB, thanks for the phone call today. Just send me your address and I will get the check out immediately. If you need anything from South Louisiana just let me know.
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Bob Herder
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Mr. Herder, I forgot what amount I need to send. It was a muffler, crank guard and engine tag, and shipping. $200 or $225
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