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Need Exhaust Bolt Retaining strap.

I lost my exhaust bolt retaining strap. My make shift strap did not work.

I don't want to make my own. I would like to buy one.


Can anyone give me a link or let me buy one from them? Can't be more than $10 bucks.


Please help.


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Check with your local small engine repair shop... only saw that little strap included with the muffler
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double check this, but I believe it's


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Why do they not post a pic on that linK? Maybe because it's just not that big of a cost?
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If I buy a new exhaust will it come with the new exhaust bolt retaining strap.

also would a new exhaust just rust like mine is now?
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I would be making one out of a soup can before paying the shipping fees.

Seriously it's no biggy
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Drill the bolts and safety wire.
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I bought a new muffler I believe from ebay and it didn't have the retainer...however it had the bolts; a trip to the nearest OPE shop had a used one.

Regarding the rust, I spray-bombed mine with rusto high-heat primer / paint & baked it in a toaster oven in my garage (to avoid my wife's wrath! ).

It smoked a little when I first fired it up but it still looks new after a couple of runs; paint didn't bubble off. I'll check-back in 10 years to see if it rusts from the inside-out


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I just ordered two of them with that link. Cool, thanks everyone! 7.58 for both shipping is included in that price.
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