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Cat Back Muffler Relocation Kit for 4dr.

Cat Back Muffler Relocation Kit for 4dr. Unlimiteds. Moves the muffler to a mid-underbody location out of harms way and increases performance.
Icreases ground clearance, gets rid of the heavy stock muffler and no need for an expensive heavy muffler skid.
Nice mellow tone not loud or annoying.
$225.00 with Free shipping ( continental USA )
For more info - http://www.aboveumall.com

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I see " on the way/ coming soon" for a 2 door JK. Any idea when avail?
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does it come with a way to attatch it to stock piping without welding
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does it come with a way to attatch it to stock piping without welding
No welding required, only simple hand tools. Cut and Clamp installation.

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I see " on the way/ coming soon" for a 2 door JK. Any idea when avail?
About 30 days away

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I put one of Luigiís kits on my Rubicon months ago and itís been problem free for 1000s of street miles and 100s of trail miles. I still love the sound it makes almost every time I start her up.

Another benefit is the additional space where the OEM muffler was. Eventually Iím going to extend the cubby a couple of inches and put a couple of batteries in there.
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how much for the tip only? and hte clamps and hanger

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$66.00 + shipping

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Guys,
I installed this kit on my JK and have nothing but good things to say about it. In fact, I write and review for an off road magazine and after a lot of research, had my choice on which muffler relocation kit to install........ and chose this one for its simplicity, great price and most of all.....the way it tucks everything up high and out of the way. The muffler sounds really good too! I've had it installed now for about three months and love it. You can look for a full review of this product at www.off-road.com / DirtSports Magazine in the October publication.
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Guys,
I installed this kit on my JK and have nothing but good things to say about it. In fact, I write and review for an off road magazine and after a lot of research, had my choice on which muffler relocation kit to install........ and chose this one for its simplicity, great price and most of all.....the way it tucks everything up high and out of the way. The muffler sounds really good too! I've had it installed now for about three months and love it. You can look for a full review of this product at www.off-road.com / DirtSports Magazine in the October publication.

What up PBach?? thanks for the input!

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I see " on the way/ coming soon" for a 2 door JK. Any idea when avail?
THE 2DR. VERSION IS NOW AVAILABLE
$225 AND INCLUDES FREE SHIPPING

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THE 2DR. VERSION IS NOW AVAILABLE
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do you have to relocate the evap canister for the 2-door version to work?
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do you have to relocate the evap canister for the 2-door version to work?
No you don't. The 2dr. kit installs in the rear location, but is much smaller and is tucked up high out of harms way.

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