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In Reply to: Exhaust posted by Michael Lacey on Sunday, January 05, 2014:
I'm sure the tailpipe on my NAA wouldn't take a beating like it has under the tractor if it was vertical but I wonder how much exhaust fumes would be in my face. Then again, a vertical exhaust pipe might take a beating when I go thru the woods. If you went vertical you'd need to have a 'flapper' to prevent water from getting in the exhaust.
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