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:)On some of the first 1800s,, the chrome covers, that are on the Mufflers,break there tabs that hold them in place,, and need welding back onto the main body of the Muffler, you either have to do this in situ,or remove the Muffler,,,,,, mine has done this on both sides, due to rust,,(riding through winter with all the salt on the road),,,,,,now talking to a mate of mine,,,, he tells me of a product called DUNBRICK ,,, its a heat resistant silicone,used by the gas board, and heating engineers on boilers and flues ,, its able to withstand temperatures far in excess of what the Muffler can reach,,,, so i buy some, and shoot some up the back of the covers ,,,, away we go, stuck like S**t to a blanket:) a quick fix that needs no welding,,, its expensive though,,,, £11 a tube,,,so if you need some and your in my neck of the woods ,,or we can meet ,,,, ive enough for about 10 bikes;) all the best pp
 

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JB Weld should also handle the heat if you have it over there.
 
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