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Where's a good place to buy a muffler for my Ford?

Essentially, your question is no different than my question.

444's were made from 1969 until 1988. Over that period, I think SIX different mufflers were used.

When asking questions about your tractor, it is essential that you provide the SERIAL NUMBER because that's the only way any of us have in identifying the "build" of what you own.
 

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Hydriv said:
Where's a good place to buy a muffler for my Ford?

Regina Muffler and Brake has em. :thumbsup: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:

Essentially, your question is no different than my question.

444's were made from 1969 until 1988. Over that period, I think SIX different mufflers were used.

When asking questions about your tractor, it is essential that you provide the SERIAL NUMBER because that's the only way any of us have in identifying the "build" of what you own.
 

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Hydriv said:
Where's a good place to buy a muffler for my Ford?

Essentially, your question is no different than my question.

444's were made from 1969 until 1988. Over that period, I think SIX different mufflers were used.

When asking questions about your tractor, it is essential that you provide the SERIAL NUMBER because that's the only way any of us have in identifying the "build" of what you own.
Sorry, It's an 87'
 

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The good news ..... that muffler is still available.


The bad news.......... the last price I had on it was $230.00 and that was a couple of years ago.


Go to the FAQ's and find the document titled "Ingersoll Dealers". Give Brian a call and tell him the serial number of your tractor right away because he will ask you for it. Brian will give you the current price. Most likely, he has one sitting on his shelf and can ship it to you the same day or the next business day.
 

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A brand new muffler assembly with the outer shield and clamps was around $500 from the dealer.'I had Brian price it out for me and I gave him all the parts numbers that pertained to the muffler from the manual. I about had a heart attack when I seen the price and decided to buy a used one on eBay. I know kick myself in the ass because my tractor sounds like a Sherman tank. I need to put a new muffler on it but I won't be buying a new OEM one.
 

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Thanks for the info,

I only paid $600 for my 444 and I guess it's time to get out the welder and do some repairs on the current muffler because a new $500 muffler is not going to happen.

Thanks again for the info.
 
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