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Mixer for the yanmar 2qm20h exhaust

can i patch it. it has a small hole in it , im sure the bolts holding it on will fail if i try to remove it
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Re: Mixer for the yanmar 2qm20h exhaust

If the bolts are really in that tough a condition you really ought to fix that... you don't want that part 'falling off' at any point.

It's probably a casting so fixing it (patching) may be problematic though it might be brazable. If you can reuse the mounting flange fabricating your own elbow is not that big a deal if you have access to a welder's services.
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