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In Reply to: Exhaust posted by Michael Lacey on Sunday, January 05, 2014:
Jim, thanks for asking. I have not had the chance to take it in for a rebuild, so the knocking is still there. However, its far less evident now that i put the new air cleaner on. I try to use it sparingly, enough just to keep things fresh while i save my money to get the engine rebuilt.
and maybe i'm wrong, i'm sure they are some type of carbon steel, not aluminum. i had bad luck with truck exhausts rusting every 3-4 years on me that i thought i'd spend the extra money on something more durable if it existed. i'll check local. if you guys find anything going forward, please share!
as always,thank you!
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