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Re: Exhaust spring baffle
Doc.Hall #1418637 Thu Jul 29 2021 03:56 PM
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Thanks folks, just located one that a friend had in his barn for years. Jon as usual I appreciate your input and Jerry, I will go to Jeep and order the ss spring. The one I have looks fair but, as long as it's off might as well do it right. Ed


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Re: Exhaust spring baffle
Doc.Hall #1418650 Thu Jul 29 2021 05:36 PM
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Just search Ebay for "Heat riser spring" It's listed to fit the old CJ series Jeeps, but it costs less than half what a stovebolt spring costs.
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