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Old January 7th, 2004, 06:49 PM
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I'm currently replacing the system on my truck back to stock. I have the front two pipes but still need the rear one and the gaskets. My question is about the muffler. Is there a bolt up civilian equivalent or will I have to go to VPW for it. Same question for gaskets.

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Old January 7th, 2004, 07:58 PM
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The correct muffler and tailpipe are one of the harder pieces to find. I know that Memphis Equip. and AB had some reproduced. NOS parts are next to impossible to find. M1028
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Old January 7th, 2004, 08:39 PM
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surplus city had some and the exhust snokle
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I just bought my second exhaust snorkel from Surplus city. They have a whole bunch of them. I tore the upper mount out of the expanded steel cage on my first one on a low tree branch. I was not yarding on it offroad I swear I asked for a straight one this time since the first one took quite a bit of work to srtaighten out and got a handeling fee tacked on. The first one I had to use a small dent puller to straighten the cage up. Time consuming but simple...
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"I just bought my second exhaust snorkel from Surplus city. They have a whole bunch of them. I tore the upper mount out of the expanded steel cage on my first one on a low tree branch. " I did the same thing but im welding mine
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