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post #1 of 12 Old 11-28-2008, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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over axle piece

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where the !@#$ did it go

well when i that happened i just have hadit dumped at the down pipe, i have a full exhaust system from the turbo to the muffler delete pipe

my question is will a 250/350 over the axle exhaust piece work on an excursion

and if so

i was wondering would anyone who maybe went from a 4" turboback exhaust to stacks be willing to part with that piece

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It should work buddy. I mean it is just a piece of exhuast pipe bent to get over the axle.


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Should work, and If I had that piece still i'd give it to you.. threw all that stuff away when I put the stacks on.

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the only concern i have is the fuel tank is as big as a piece of dang plywood other than that i dont see a problem

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i'm sure you saw this thread...in post #5 a guy says the X exhaust is different...IDK...

can't believe someone stole your exhaust...

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i believe its different but what part is different?

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all of the axle and wheel well area should be the same. the length in other areas is probably different. hope this helps.

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I think the tailpipe section is diff in order to clear that big arse fuel tank, but I dont know how diff they are. Might be able to make it work?
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I think the tailpipe section is diff in order to clear that big arse fuel tank, but I dont know how diff they are. Might be able to make it work?
thats what i was thinking..........and hoping

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thats what i was thinking..........and hoping
it should work. make sure the position of the hangers are in the same place as the ex's and f series trucks though.

but hey, thats how i got my 4" exhaust...CHUCK got 6" mitres for his rig, and gave me the rest of his 4" system. starts right before the end of the cab, still sounds awesome though

Typical cummins owner.

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