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Hi Guys,

The Rear brake pedal hits the top seam of the Raygun silencer.

My Question; Is this a design feature? The Mounting bracket for the silencer is connected to the frame on the outside. Or is it supposed to be inside? It will move the muffler about half an inch inward. This may give the brake lever unfettered movement?

I will probably also have to loosen the header pipe junction to allow the exhaust pipe to move inward with the silencer.

Thanks in advance,
Bill

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What year?
Standard set up?
Not a problem on my 69 T150.
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1969

The mount bracket comes up to the outside of the frame mount. Change to inside?

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Mine is mounted the same but not a problem. Possibly the rear mount is too far in. Probably need to loosen header, rotate front of silencer in then retighten.

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Changed it to inside. Works fine now.


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