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    Posted: 25 Nov 2021 at 1:35pm
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#233450 fits vertical mufflers on B, C, CA, D10 <serial #9001, D12 <serial #9001, D14, D15 series I gas tractors
#248883 fits 180, 185 gas/diesel, also fits 170/175 diesel & D19 gas tractors
#237811 fits D15 series II gas, I-60 gas, I-600 gas, 615 gas tractors
#249324 fits 170 gas, 175 gas tractors




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote WF owner Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Nov 2021 at 9:13pm
Does the #249324 also fit a D-17 Series 4 gas?
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Alex do you have a simple trick to get the bolt holding the muffler on mine is rusted solid on my D14 would like a nelson muffler on but fear breaking the bolt off hoping for an easy fix. Randy 
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Originally posted by WF owner WF owner wrote:

Does the #249324 also fit a D-17 Series 4 gas?

It does, only difference is outlet pipe is twice as tall and 1/4" larger (1 7/8") than D17 muffler 246129
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Originally posted by Randy WI Randy WI wrote:

Alex do you have a simple trick to get the bolt holding the muffler on mine is rusted solid on my D14 would like a nelson muffler on but fear breaking the bolt off hoping for an easy fix. Randy 


No easy way, penetrating oil or/and heat. Or break it off and drill it out (reverse drill bits work best) and retap threads. The NOS bolts I have here are grade 2 so easy to drill and retap!

If your threads are 3/8, you could go with the brass bolt 226169 from WD45 muffler, but the D14/D15 parts books seem to show a 7/16" bolt used to attach muffler... Contradicts the used D15 manifold I have here which is threaded for  3/8" bolts.
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Alex, do you have any for WD's/45's?
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Originally posted by IBWD MIke IBWD MIke wrote:

Alex, do you have any for WD's/45's?

Nope, but expecting more any day now.
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Thanks Alex.
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Originally posted by Randy WI Randy WI wrote:

Alex do you have a simple trick to get the bolt holding the muffler on mine is rusted solid on my D14 would like a nelson muffler on but fear breaking the bolt off hoping for an easy fix. Randy 



Heat the bolt with a torch until red, then toss a glass of water on it.  Don't overheat the bolt until it starts dripping!  This worked well on my D14 manifold bolts and I highly recommend it.  It appears that this process separates the metals back to their separate materials. 


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