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I made one the other day(pix to come.) Took my rusted out Nelson, kept the mounting/inlet end + 2 inches since there is a resonator section, then cut a bernzomatic torch bottle off a little longer than the original. Take the outlet pipe(the one with the holes) and weld it to the outlet of the resonator with the closed end outward, weld the torch bottle onto the resonator thoroughly and drill a bunch of holes in it to approximate the original hole area.

Looks pretty similar but sounds a good bit quieter 8D

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quote:Originally posted by Talntedmrgreen

Sign me up for 20 @ $35. ^

id="quote">Seems like you should get a discount if you buy 20, don't you think}:)}:):D:D:p:p

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