A piece of thin metal about 6"x3"s, cut 2 slots in one end for a hose clamp to slide through about an inch apart, clamp it to the exhaust pipe, then you can bend it to divert the exhaust away from the chute.
I had the exact same problem with my 2720. I purchased a short piece of high temperature silicon hose from Ebay. It is used on turbos and only costs around $6. You can get them in 90-degree and 45-degree. I bought the correct diameter so I can just slip it over the end of my exhaust pipe and it diverts the exhaust away from the snow blower. You can't even tell it is on there unless you look closely.
I have a 345 that stoped just a few minutes after I started mowing. I have replaced the battery and the starter and cylinod. Still just makes a click but will not start. Any ideas for what to check would be appreciated.
I have been finishing up rebuilding the FD620D engine in another thread here:
Meanwhile I have been fixing up the rest of the tractor (currently has 1400 hours), and...
Hey guys, long story short I slid down a hill into some mud. Although I didn't high center my 2018 x590, I had to work the transmission back and forth more harshly than I would have liked to in order to rock it out. The mud was really slick. I wasn't able to get a vehicle down to it to pull it...
My LT155 has been wonderful for 22 years and I’m looking to purchase a new Deere lawn tractor.
I don’t know a lot about this stuff but want one with a rear bagger and an automatic
Just poking around on our local dealers website, looks like the X350 may be an option
Any advice would be...