The final installation of the steering gear, led to final spotting of the engine exhaust port, which then led to the final exhaust hose, or, "tailpipe".
The hose made for wet exhaust systems is really heavy stuff. The walls are made of thick rubber reinforced with a special fabric and two spiral wires of stainless steel. To cut it, a sawzall and a large pair of wire cutters are needed. Getting this stuff to bend the way you want it is a test of patience.
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