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Old 06-05-2018, 05:59 PM
cmclark9 cmclark9 is offline
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Default FS: Stainless Veterman Exhaust- Repaired

Stainless Vetterman Exhaust with 500 hours of use on my RV-8, IO 360, angle valve. Lycoming. This exhaust cracked on a cross country below the flange on the number 2 cylinder and at the bottom where the two pipes join.With no hanger available and with weather looming I ordered a new exhaust and sent the old to Vetterman for repair/welding.

You may talk to Clint at Vetterman regarding the welding, repair, etc. He will ship from South Dakota after payment . I'm posting pictures of the new (refurbished) and old exhausts. Call me for details and I will get you the Veterman contacts.

Have an exhaust for less than half price. $400. Mike 682 667 6973.

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Old 06-11-2018, 08:38 AM
pullinggees pullinggees is offline
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Default Vetterman exhaust


Does your angle valve engine have the servo on the front or the bottom of the oil sump? If on the front I can make the exhaust work. If it comes off the bottom the crossover tubes will interfere on my angle valve engine.


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Old 06-11-2018, 08:50 AM
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