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Ranger PT-26 Exhaust


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May 18, 2012
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I got this thinking I may want to use it but I found a brand new pair of PT-19 three into one exhaust I'm going to use. These PT-26 exhausts are pretty rare I think (this is only one Ive ever seen for sale). The forward piece is in great shape and the rear section is in good repairable shape. Just needs old carb box heater hole welded up (someone tried a really bad job) and needs some work to the end of the unit. Can not buy new as far as I know so its worth fixing. (There is a shop that will build new three into ones for about $1000 a set using mandrel bent SS tube). Asking $500 as that's what I have in it. ImageUploadedByBiplane Forum1409786558.925137.jpg
Can send more pics if anyone needs them

Oklahoma City,OK
Currently restoring a Ranger powered Starduster Too

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