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Old 10-05-2013, 06:53 PM   #15
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Got my new chrome exhaust tip from a vendor at the SMART Blank National Rally a few weeks ago. Vendor is an RVer, Major Wingfield with M&B Enterprises. He had 5"x12" and 5"x18" chrome tip turndowns. My original was apx 10" and actually a bit too short as it put soot on the fiberglass just a bit. I got the 12" for $85 plus tax. Yesterday I set aside a couple of hours to get the old one off as I had loosened the clamp before and could not budge it. I cut the bottom from one of the splits on backward with a dremel tool cutting wheel, being careful not to cut the exhaust pipe. I expected it to be really difficult to get loose, but when I completed that cut it popped loose! The new one went on easily and is just enough longer to keep the fiberglass cleaner. I was done and tools put away in less than 15 minutes!!
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Old 10-29-2013, 03:01 PM   #16
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Try the Spartan parts site. I buy most of what I need for our coach from Spartan and find the prices very competitive and they have the drawings for what I need.
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