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Anyone tried these hammer in inner sleeves and know where I can get them. I think I'm going to give them shot.
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Curious about the Dynomax rock crawler exhaust system.
it interferes with my River Raider Air tank/Evap Skid which I'll modify (to get it away from the rear Drive Shaft as well), but the exhaust pipe exiting the muffler to the back of the jeep steals space above my axle which I need for my other air tank I want to install above the axle.
So, do you think it would be a good idea in Canadian regulations to cut the pipe off after the muffler and do a down turn there?
I know that exhausting under the jeep is not a great idea from a safety standpoint especially when idling (which happens a lot wheeling...) but I can live with that. I'd like to know if anyone is aware of any Ontario laws preventing me from doing this.
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Curious about the Dynomax rock crawler exhaust system.
it interferes with my River Raider Air tank/Evap Skid which I'll modify (to get it away from the rear Drive Shaft as well), but the exhaust pipe exiting the muffler to the back of the jeep steals space above my axle which I need for my other air tank I want to install above the axle.
So, do you think it would be a good idea in Canadian regulations to cut the pipe off after the muffler and do a down turn there?
I know that exhausting under the jeep is not a great idea from a safety standpoint especially when idling (which happens a lot wheeling...) but I can live with that. I'd like to know if anyone is aware of any Ontario laws preventing me from doing this.
Dump it! (speaking without any knowledge of Ontario emissions laws)
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I have mine dumped and I didn't die in Moab where we did A LOT of idling in place

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Yeah, the question wasn't so much of should I or shouldn't I from a safety standpoint, but more from a legal aspect.
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Yeah, the question wasn't so much of should I or shouldn't I from a safety standpoint, but more from a legal aspect.
They gotta catch you to ticket you...

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Funny enough I've been caught twice on issues regarding my exhaust, not on anything current, but that's some lousy luck.
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Funny enough I've been caught twice on issues regarding my exhaust, not on anything current, but that's some lousy luck.
Tom! You gotta be discreet dude!

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Tom! You gotta be discreet dude!
With 600 ponies the brain says no no no, but the right foot says yes yes yes (doh)
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Sure did. Got all the tools too. Easy install. PM Marcus at RCO he has a great price on them.
Brother you just became my new bff, can I use the tools, or even better yet can I use you in the nicest sort of way lol, wrench party, I can drive to your place if thats ok, I'm across the river and it's a bit much to ask you to come here, we could bang them in there if thats alright, I'll bring the beer of coarse.

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Thats awesome looking Jamie!
That dose look sick, real nice.

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Curious about the Dynomax rock crawler exhaust system.
it interferes with my River Raider Air tank/Evap Skid which I'll modify (to get it away from the rear Drive Shaft as well), but the exhaust pipe exiting the muffler to the back of the jeep steals space above my axle which I need for my other air tank I want to install above the axle.
So, do you think it would be a good idea in Canadian regulations to cut the pipe off after the muffler and do a down turn there?
I know that exhausting under the jeep is not a great idea from a safety standpoint especially when idling (which happens a lot wheeling...) but I can live with that. I'd like to know if anyone is aware of any Ontario laws preventing me from doing this.
Had a 69Nova I dumped before the rear axle, the PO PO did not like that much, I think anything after the rear wheel over here Arlin but I don't see why they would even notice, it's not going to be louder and it's tucked between the frame and drive shaft so it dosen't hang down with just a dump.

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Had a 69Nova I dumped before the rear axle, the PO PO did not like that much, I think anything after the rear wheel over here Arlin but I don't see why they would even notice, it's not going to be louder and it's tucked between the frame and drive shaft so it dosen't hang down with just a dump.
I was thinking more from at emissions test time...
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I was thinking more from at emissions test time...
Do they visually inspect? If just obd2, then fix your evap can code and dump pre axle

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Curious about the Dynomax rock crawler exhaust system.
it interferes with my River Raider Air tank/Evap Skid which I'll modify (to get it away from the rear Drive Shaft as well), but the exhaust pipe exiting the muffler to the back of the jeep steals space above my axle which I need for my other air tank I want to install above the axle.
So, do you think it would be a good idea in Canadian regulations to cut the pipe off after the muffler and do a down turn there?
I know that exhausting under the jeep is not a great idea from a safety standpoint especially when idling (which happens a lot wheeling...) but I can live with that. I'd like to know if anyone is aware of any Ontario laws preventing me from doing this.
Gresham used the PJ relocation above rear axle for his evap thus leaving lots of room to hang a massive air tank where the evap was. With a belly skid it's protected. More costly, but a great solution.

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Brother you just became my new bff, can I use the tools, or even better yet can I use you in the nicest sort of way lol, wrench party, I can drive to your place if thats ok, I'm across the river and it's a bit much to ask you to come here, we could bang them in there if thats alright, I'll bring the beer of coarse.
No problem. Hardest part was unseating the hub. If you plan on later down the line doing ball joints or new shafts, I would do it all at once since you have to pull everything.

If Arlin comes across anytime soon, I can pass the tools I used to him too. In the write up section there is a section that explains everything I did.
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thx, amazing what effects an simple iPhone app can do.

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That dose look sick, real nice.
Thx! Funny you used the word "sick" my jeep is sick often lol

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I hate the evap. I got the gascap light and engine light on from it. I think my homebrew evap fix is failing me now. I did clear it all with my superchips and so far it hasnt come on yet.

I just purchased the dynomax rock crawler muffler from amazon, going to give it a try and see which one like better.
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