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Exhaust Tools and Accessories from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Exhaust Accessories that will help you get ready for the next ride. From spring pullers to exhaust packing we have what you need at the lowest price around.

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  • FMF Wash Plug

    FMF Wash Plug

    Carl in PA

    Seals Well

    Bought this and it works pretty well and doesn't let any water in or anything when washing it and never had a problem with any water or dirt getting in the pipe.

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  • Tusk Exhaust Spring Tool

    Tusk Exhaust Spring Tool

    Carl in PA

    Durable

    Gets the job done and works fine. Better than using pliers and it is pretty solid.

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  • Raven Muffler Plug

    Raven Muffler Plug

    Nolan in WA

    Good cheap plug

    Nothing fancy, keeps water an dirt out like it should!

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  • Pro Moto Billet Spark Arrestor End Cap

    Pro Moto Billet Spark Arrestor End Cap

    Austin in CO

    Cheap Hardware

    The end cap is a nice piece but the hardware to mount the end cap is terrible. The supplied self tapping hardware will round out before fully installed, I drilled the holes and tapped them before installing hardware. i would have expected this part to come drilled and tapped for the $.

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  • Enduro Engineering Spark Arrestor End Cap

    Enduro Engineering Spark Arrestor End Cap

    JEFF in CA

    Think twice

    The product does what it should - makes you legal in CA or other states where you need a spark arrestor. However, after only 4-5 rides, the screen got so clogged that the top end disappeared and after thorough inspection of the carb, power valve, etc., it turned out to be the screen in this little unit. I've read on the boards that this is fairly common and wish I had just bought an FMF spark arrestor for a little more. if you can afford a bit more, I'd recommend going that way -- otherwise, just make sure the screen is cleaned out often on thee EE end cap unit.

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