Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2003 14:06:34 +0000 (UTC)
From: amesnopsamrak.demon.co.uk (Andrew Stephenson)
Subject: Re: Cracked resonator on 96 900S


In article <urQ%a.108343$ib2.23093529nopsamter.neo.rr.com> bdnopsamo.net "Freddy" writes: > [...] it is the center muffler that is cracked along the weld, > which indicates to me poor workmanship since the muffler is not > at all rusty. Still looks like new. I probably could have > brazed the crack were I able to lift the car. Tried to plug the > crack with epoxy but it only lasted for about a month. Any > ideas? If a mild kludge/bodge is okay, shape a piece of sheet metal of appropriate type/thickness/size as a shield to bridge the hole snugly, then strap it on with "Jubilee clips". I don't know if a sealant would be necessary. Two JCs should do it. For non-UK readers: Jubilee clips are entirely metal. They wrap around cylindrical objects, usually pipes, and are tightened by a slotted hex-head bolt mounted tangential to the strap. The bolt turns a screw, which engages with slots pressed into the strap, so the whole thing works as a worm drive, dragging the strap past the bolt and tightening it. -- Andrew Stephenson

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