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Old 11-04-2011, 01:27 AM   #1
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2000 country coach muffler

The muffler tail pipe has rusted off of the muffler where it exits from motorhome. where do i find a new muffler for this 2000 intrige 350 hp cummins motorhome? Looked at Napa auto parts store and can,t match up with correct size. Thanks Benchrest

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You should try large truck supply houses like Truck Pro, Fleet Pride or even a Cummins repair center.

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Old 11-05-2011, 09:27 PM   #3
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Call Jim Cooney at Country Coach in Junction City OR and as for suggestions. I am sure he can help you.

On my last motor home I just had a muffler shop in Los Angeles repair it. Of course it sounded like a 63 Chevy with straight through pipes after that. Not kidding. I laugh when I think about it. It was a 75 GMC and when you started it up dogs would jump and it would really get your attention. I sold it six months later.
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