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Offline Miller-Thinner2

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Re: Cylinder help again
« Reply #10 on: December 29, 2013, 04:36:22 pm »
The previous owner stripped the muffler stud out and drilled it out very big and filled it with jb weld and drilled the muffler so they could put bigger studs in. It all come loose when I got it. so i cleaned the holes up and put more jb weld back in it then drilled it and tapped new threads but its all loose again,
I'd aluminum weld over it and drill and tap new threads if I had the equipment.
 
Id take suggestions on how to fix it. I just want it fixed right not the half ass job thats it has now lol
I think my easiest quickest fix would be to swap cylinders if I knew that 1 of them was a 266

 

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