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Old 07-29-2005, 10:50 PM   #1
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It sounds soooo nice. Sorry, I don't have any pics or sound clips, i'll get some tomorrow. I do need to get a shorter hanger for the left side of the muffler cause it hangs too low, though.
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It sounds soooo nice. Sorry, I don't have any pics or sound clips, i'll get some tomorrow. I do need to get a shorter hanger for the left side of the muffler cause it hangs too low, though.
Glad to hear it (get it???).
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Mine hung too low also..........instalker had to use a total of 4 hangers to get mine right

Let'* see some
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Did your whole muffler hang low or one side?
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Did your whole muffler hang low or one side?
After he lowered the stands it hung low and to one side. So he cut the stock exhaust mounts from the tailpipes and had to use 2 more from above. I'll try to get a pic of it tomorrow.
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dbeast, where'd you get your exhaust tips
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www.hottexhaust.com

here'* trhe link to the product id page. They aren't a slant cut though.

http://www.hottexhaust.com/detail.asp?product_id=35169
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Advance Auto Parts has something similar to them as well. I fixed the problem with the muffler leaning to one side by just moving the mount up one hole, still using the stock hanger.
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Advance Auto Parts has something similar to them as well. I fixed the problem with the muffler leaning to one side by just moving the mount up one hole, still using the stock hanger.

Are they dual wall stainless or single wall chrome.

Gotta worry about the chrome peeling and eventually starting to rust torough.

All I have to do is polish mine up real good.
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I dunno....they were cheap though, like $27 each. I don't know how you justified paying $75 for only one tip.
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