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Post by xjchief on Nov 2, 2006, 5:34pm

Anybody have a source for exhaust flanges? None of the exhaust shops around here seem to use them anymore and although I've found something in the Napa catalog that looks like it may work, they come in packs of 10 and I really don't need, or want, 10.

The exhaust is 2" but the "two slotted bolt holes" and 2 13/16s center to center is questionable by my measurments. Don't want 10 flanges that don't fit either.
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Post by barrman on Nov 3, 2006, 9:02am

Are you specifically looking for a specific flange? Pipe to manifold, pipe to muffler?

Mine was warped when I got truck and the manifold gasket would always leak. I put a donut gasket in and installed longer bolts. It wasn't stock, but it worked for the next 3 years. With that in mine, lots of cars in junk yards have the two bolt donut gasket connections.
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Post by xjchief on Nov 3, 2006, 11:12am

The three holers that make up the rest of the exhaust system, not the manifold-to-pipe.
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Post by xjchief on Nov 16, 2006, 8:17pm

In case anyone needs them the Napa Part # is 31877. That part # will NOT come up in their computer but they CAN order them. I just got a box of 10 and they are a perfect match for my stock exhaust.
 

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