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Old 08-19-2019, 11:28 AM   #1
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Exhaust Wrap/Heat Shield

Upon doing some maintenance on my Monaco, I noticed what I thought was some trash dragging near the rear of the coach. When I got under there I saw it was a deteriorated heat shield on the diesel exhaust pipe directly where it crosses under the engine/transmission area (this is a 425 HP Cummings). I would estimate only 1" to 2" clearance from the "oil pan" looking area to the exhaust pipe. I removed what was left from the existing wrap, my question is should I install a new wrap, and if so would standard 2" exhaust wrap material work fine, or do I need something else. Thanks
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Any of the standard exhaust wrap products will work. I prefer the wider wrap. And use stainless steel wire-ties to hold it in place.

https://www.summitracing.com/search/...Exhaust%20Wrap
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