Muffler Bearings

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16 May 2006 18:10 #4815 by Bill Hummel
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I saw Dick Greene at the 2006 Texas Meet last weekend. He informed me that he has a good supply of NOS Muffler Bearings.

Concerned about their quality? If so, you don't know Dick.

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17 May 2006 01:11 #4820 by K Clark
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I hate to ask this! But what is a muffler bearing??? Where is there a bearing in the muffler?

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17 May 2006 02:08 #4822 by Mike Dube
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Aw come on Ken, if you don't know what they are, call Dick and order a set. You'll be glad you did.

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17 May 2006 02:24 #4824 by ilikescars
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Yes, and I'll take a sky hook and fifty ft of shoreline. And a left-handed coffee pot.

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07 Jul 2007 12:24 #7422 by bill powell
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And you can keep all your goodies clean with a couple of buckets of prop wash from your local airport.

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19 May 2008 01:20 #10123 by bill powell
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When I was Korea I drove for the Post Office (APO) in various types of vehicles. The ongoing sport was to try to get fake parts orders past the motor pool clerk, and on to the ordnance depot where the parts were distributed down to the lower units.

We ordered things like crankcase keys, brake shoe re-finishing fluid, contra-rotating main shaft support bracket, and skid proofing.

One day I submitted a parts request that went past the clerk, past the motor officer, and all the up to the commanding colonel of the ordnance depot. He sent it back with a nasty little note wanting to know if the motor officer's mother had any kids that made it past the first grade.

What I ordered was: 'An inner tube for the fifth wheel on a five ton tractor.'

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