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Old 06-08-2009, 05:59 PM
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**NEED SOME HELP** with exhaust install!!!

Alright so right now I am in the middle of installing my 4" Silverline TBE. Everything from the old exhaust is off except the down pipe. I got the clamp lose off the turbo but I cant figure out how to get the downpipe to seperate.

Also from all yall that bought a silverline how in the heck do you guys get off the annoying plastic that is on the tip? I swear just getting that stuff off might be the most annoying part of the install...haha

Thanks for the help guys!
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not to sure on the dp just try to cut it into smaller pieces if you can and try wd40 soaked on the plastic crap alot of times it will eat the adhesive and it wont hurt the exhaust
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thanks Ill try that out real quick...as for the cutting of the downpipe...Im not sure I can get my saw in there to cut off the pieces...lol, when my buddy gets here Ill just try jaring it loose from the bottom while he prys from the top I suppose.
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shake the bottom while the other pry's (pops) it
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Easy way to do it Saw it off just above the Trans, to remove the downpipe off the turbo get a big screw driver and hammer knock around and it should come loose.
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Old 06-08-2009, 06:13 PM
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Thanks to all yall with the quick replies...I greatly appreciate it...I must say that the old Cummins defitnetly takes the cake on easier installs...haha.
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