Well, I decided to bite the bullet and replace my original NT22 before it replaces me. I spoke to Suburban and they say a NT 20 sp is the common replacement that fits the original holes without mods, but I had 2 questions.
1) in a 1967
22' Safari, is that true?
2) Has anyone tried to replace with an SF- series (sf-20) in my case.
I'm not wanting to cut new vent holes in the side or floor of my Turtle. Has anyone made a exhaust vent successful to marry the old port with the new?
Air intake is not as crucial as I'm sure just supplying enough fresh air is the key.
Didn't know if a muffler shop call would be in order, or if there is any flexible pipe that could be used and sealed off successfully? I definately want something with a little flex and no fumes.
Thanks for any tips.