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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpanystrom61 View Post
    I could be off the mark here, but looking at the exhaust pipes they seem to have a bend design off the head outward to the side of the engine.Now if you put the left side pipe on the right side, and the right side pipe on the the left side of engine, the would the bend be inward from both pipes.Now I just realized they pipes do not have enough down ward length to ride under the frame down the center, plus the rear tire gets in way.So now custom pipes, thinking I might have taken that route myself, basically because I do not like my legs around the exhaust pipes. If they did go down the center under the engine, than a short 30 or 60 degree bend to make them come out the side, behind passenger seat would be ideal, but behind rider seat would look sporty. Wonder how load open pipes on that engine would sound. The width of the front end does allow you top bring out the foot pegs as far as you need, key is long as all is safe and comfy for you.
    ...Now who is thinking outside the BOX, I like it, Thanks for stopping by Andy I like the input, BUTTT I can not afford the exhaust work and there is no room (cg) under the frame. My goal is to use as many parts as possible from the Rebel, My LOVE is in the building, strong and safe, Then build another something, (side car?)...
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    , BUTTT I can not afford the exhaust work

    zip wheel and a welder

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    Quote Originally Posted by stacebg View Post
    , BUTTT I can not afford the exhaust work zip wheel and a welder
    Hi Stace, Good to hear from you again. Like Clint Eastwood once said, " A man needs to know his limitations", Thin material and I do not get along, especially welding and of TIG...
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    I have not done it yet, but my TIG manual says I can weld razor blades together, crazy, but it can be done.

    Like anything it takes practice and the proper settings on the welder. Myself I am still learning the welding trade. Wife want me to practice more so I can do "yard art" for her, LOL..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpanystrom61 View Post
    I have not done it yet, but my TIG manual says I can weld razor blades together, crazy, but it can be done.

    Like anything it takes practice and the proper settings on the welder. Myself I am still learning the welding trade. Wife want me to practice more so I can do "yard art" for her, LOL..................
    history has proved you need to "seem to have misplaced my welder" unless she is going to sell it for BIG $

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