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Old 05-12-2008, 08:25 PM   #61
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Thanks Bill.
I know that is the OAL, but the guy has a bunch of them listed still. Same exact auction, just different buyer.
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Crap. Forgot to measure this morning. Going out to do it now. Just be advised, the tips are tapered. Inner tip is longer than outer on my set.
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Thats exactly the style im looking for.
With the curve of the back of my car, I think it will fit nicely.
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Crap. Got distracted again. (See Your Ride).

On my way to measure NOW.

(after I re-fill my beer glass)
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10" OAL (overall length) from the flange (weld) to the tip of the longest outlet. If you had to, and you couldn't trim anything from the muffler outlets, you could probably shave 1/2" off the flange of the tips. Remember you'll have an overlap as the tips slip over the existing pipe. That'll use up some more, making the installed length closer to 9".
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Haha, it happens Bill.

Thanks for your help. I'll have to get out there and measure it up tomorrow.
Due to me not having a welder, I'll be bringing them to a muffler shop to get put on.
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Bring it over here, and the beer'* on me.

(I'll charge you for the cigar, though)



A welding shop shouldn't charge more than 20-40 for it. Well worth it.
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Haha it'll cost me triple that in gas alone to get to oregon!

I know it'* gonna be a few bucks, but I think the end product will be worth it
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Bill, I lika, very very much!!! Now, those chromies will do great on a black '94. Have to try to do that before convention time...lol

Good job.

Damn price for this thing just keeps getting higher...
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Keep in mind there'* a great exhaust guy here in town during WCBF. He'* quite familar with several of our Bonnevilles.

Buy your tips and bring 'em down. Couple other cars probably going there already.
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