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Old 10-23-2007, 08:05 AM   #11
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Since he'* asking for a bushing and you are the only one that knows what he'* talking about.. Can you please fill us in

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PVC bushing for example. He means stainless, but won't find them.

2.25" pipe slips INSIDE at the top section. 2.5" slips OVER the larger bottom section. Provides a 'step' transistion for exhaust flow.

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That'* like hitting a brick wall. Yes.

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if he is going from 2.25 to 2.5 it is backward of how you are thinking.. it will not be hitting a brick wall, it will be hitting a huge clearing
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Which is still not good for exhaust flow. You want a smooth transition.
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