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I am restoring a 1964 854 wheel horse I can't find a shower head muffler so my dads friend is going to make me one I need some pictures and dimensions if any one has one can you pm or post pictures so I can make it look right Thanks!

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dclarke

One inch pipe thread, holes are 1/8".

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51Chevy

Thanks a lot these pictures and measurements will help a lot thanks!

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dclarke

Please post some pics when you get it done.

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AMC RULES

:handgestures-thumbsup:  Make enough for the rest of us too.    :thanks:

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tarcoleo

Shower head muffler avail. 

 

http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/detail/PRI0/703670/N0789.oap?ck=Search_N0789_-1_-1&pt=N0789&ppt=C0218

 

http://www.mfgsupply.com/smallengine/smengmufflers/smengkohlermufflers/18-1277-h2.html

 

Hope this is what you need.  At the least, a perforated face might be useful for a start.

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CasualObserver

Those links are not the "showerhead" style. Those are more commonly called "pepper pots". The showerhead has the tapered back half like Denny's pictures show. The pepper pot is the replacement version. The old Kohler showerheads have been NLA for years.

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tarcoleo

Thanks Jason.  I was afraid that there was a difference which is why I added the comment

about using a part of a pepper pot to fab a showerhead.  That might take out a lot of the difficulty

in the project.  Just trying to be helpful.

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51Chevy

OK thanks I'm probably going to have it made in stainless so I can polish it and it will last longer

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51Chevy

One inch pipe thread, holes are 1/8".007_zpsfe43b930.jpg008_zps1a0da8d1.jpg009_zps7c536f33.jpg010_zpscdb9cf77.jpg013_zpse52d294d.jpg014_zpsbff857e1.jpg015_zps73e9e064.jpg

do you know what the Kohler part number is for the shower head muffler?
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dclarke

I believe this is it.... I'm not sure if # 230410 is a shower head muffler, it might look different. I did not write that on this box.

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51Chevy

OK thanks

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rmaynard

230410 is the number for the new replacement muffler (pepper shaker)

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The old number for the no longer available muffler was 1744.

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dclarke

230410 is the number for the new replacement muffler (pepper shaker)

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The old number for the no longer available muffler was 1744.

Thanks, Bob. Good to know!

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TT

I believe this is it....

Agreed ~ 234015 is the 1" Kohler showerhead muffler  :handgestures-thumbup:

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230410-S1 is the latest number for the replacement. I haven't seen one yet, but they are around $10. I suspect they're not USA made. :eusa-whistle:

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305

very old thread and the OP is gone for a long time

 

but does anyone know if he actually got one made?   is anyone reproducing one?

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