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Bossdaddy last won the day on June 12 2021

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  1. I welded one back in and dumped the rest, welded the end back on. It's not loud to me. Thanks to all.
  2. Here is what I found when I cut the end off of the muffler. I'll never get all that crap welded back in place. I wonder how loud it will be if I just dumped it out clean and welded the end back on?
  3. Thanks THH, I may have to go with it, at least I know where to start. Thanks all for the input. It may be a few weeks before I start this project but I will let you know how it went.
  4. Thanks guys, my problem is knowing where to cut it to get to the baffle. I can TIG weld the baffle back if I can get to it and then TIG weld the cut back up. I'll look for the other post.
  5. Hey Guys, I've got a Honda 2003 Foreman 450 ES that has the muffler baffle that rattles sometimes and sometimes it don't. Is there anything I can do to stop the rattle or just live with it. I know there is a lot of experience out there so maybe someone has a trick that has worked for them.
  6. I let it go, it was cheap and in pretty good shape, thanks guys.
  7. Thanks again jeep, I’ll check retro out.
  8. Thanks jeep, I'll do some research from what you told me. shadetree, talk to me, is this model just got problems or just the shifting a problem, you know something to say far far away.
  9. Guys, I have the opportunity to buy a 2013 Foreman 500 ES, it's in pretty good shape, but the ES has problems, and I don't know enough about them to know what I might be getting in to. With the engine running the N blinks 2 long blinks followed by 2 short blinks. Does anyone know what this means? I know there is a list of all the codes, but I don't know where to find it. Thanks for any help.
  10. A bad battery, man , had me all tore up , thanks, I just keep on learning from you guys, quite a relief.
  11. The previous numbers are bogus. I had forgotten to plug the reg/rec back up so numbers changed thank GOD, With key on reading 12.9v, with motor idling 13.4v and motor revved up 14.4v.
  12. OK, 12.9v with key on, 12.7 with motor idling and 12.7 with motor revved up.
  13. I'll do it, thanks. First, I've got a plumbing job here at home and a great grandson's birthday to take care of.
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