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Old 11-05-2007, 02:35 PM   #11
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At those rates, putting on a high-flow almost pays for itself! Hmmm
yup paid 125$ for my high flow stainless got 70 back from the old one


guys whit big 4x4 better watch it those big cat are worth 140$ and there easy to get to them no jack
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I saw the guy at Midas toss my old one in a trash can when we welded on my Maggy. I wish I woulda asked for it back, now. But I've got two cars at home I can swipe OEM cats off...
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for what they are worth I might head to the pull a part tomorrow lmao
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for what they are worth I might head to the pull a part tomorrow lmao
They won't let you take them. Well in the US that is. Most every junkyard here cuts them off as soon as the cars come in. Good luck.
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for what they are worth I might head to the pull a part tomorrow lmao
They won't let you take them. Well in the US that is. Most every junkyard here cuts them off as soon as the cars come in. Good luck.

thats okay but I do know where there is a pile of them sitting un touched....

Must be 200 or 300 there at an old Muffler shop closed 4 or 5 years ago.
Best part is I own the access to the property Now depending on my enthusiasm and willingness to go exploring. that might be a pretty penny.
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Must be 200 or 300 there at an old Muffler shop closed 4 or 5 years ago.
Best part is I own the access to the property Now depending on my enthusiasm and willingness to go exploring. that might be a pretty penny.
that "pile of crap" is probably worth around $15,000 - $20,000
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On my way to Somewhere south of Ottawa with your girlfriend driving faster then you.
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Probably better to sell them indivudally on ebay, buy a bunch of boxes and packing materials, number them, and then box em up and ship em. time consuming but works.

or you could sell them in lots of 10 or so.

or you could check with your local recylers to see what they will give you for them.
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Old 11-05-2007, 03:40 PM   #19
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I was thinking that too.

Sounds like good money can be made.
Hmmm....do they make a high flow cat for the Celebrity
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From askin the local recyclers they need to be clean.... as in opened up.
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