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Old 01-01-2006, 10:13 PM   #11
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Those will look sweet. have them stick out a little bit.
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They'll have to be welded on. I've got a set of magnaflow on mine and they had to be welded.
Figured... Shouldn't be too costly though... right?
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Muffler clamps will work also!, no need to have them welde on really, looks better wleded if your going for show, but muffler clamps are dirt cheap too
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Muffler clamps would be visible from behind th car, and they don't stay tight. Forget that muffler clamps even exist, and pay to have them welded, or do it yourself if you can.
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um okay?!....willwren I not trying to be a ***** or anything but,...muffler clamps Don't fall off or loosen up if you install them correctly!..If you look under your car they hold the rest of your exhaust up and in place and aren't loosening up! if it just a matter of getting the job doen they work!. YES i agree they are visible and might look ugly! but they DO NOT LOOSEN UP OR FALL OFF!....................which reminds me I have to go tighten my exhaust clamps!...there overdue!...lol...j/k all in good fun!
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