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post #1 of 7 Old 06-09-2011, 10:55 PM Thread Starter
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My less then 50$ exhaust (vid)

so i thought i'd just change my exhaust, so went to peepboyz place and picked up a thrush turbo exhaust... now i took a vid which sounded like $hit, but then i put on my earphones turns out my speakers suck...






can someone embed this vid? thanks...


http://youtu.be/z9DTZSor6PA

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YouTube - ‪wrangler jk thrush exhaust‬‏


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Is it not required to weld the exhaust on? I'm not too worried about sound. I will, however, need to relocate my exhaust if I decide to do the Rebel coilover mod.


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Naw, you can use clamps if you want, but depending on where you live, in 6 months its gonna be welded on anyway. My tools of choice for exhaust work...a sawzall and a welder...

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thanks...

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I usually tack weld then clamp if possible
so I have at least a small possibility of changing parts when they get smashed later


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What about these for clamps? Any better than the U-style?

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/WLK-33240/
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