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exhaust removal question.

I was just wondering if the stock exhaust can be removed so that it could be put back on for warranty work if possible. I am getting a down pipe back exhaust but i was just wanting to know if the stock one could be removed intact so it could be put back on later if needed.
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just get the DPF/Cat delete pipe(140.00 @Performance Truck Products)) Thats what I am doing...here in CA have to smog it every other year....NEED a TUNER to go with it...
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It can be done.

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YES, go to top of this page...search..read...I have been doing this for 3 months....or bottom for all the vendors selling mods. You can check E-bay too...but you are better off on here
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I am probably going with H&S Mini Max and Delete pipe....pricey but once you do your reading and research on here you will know why. Lots of options and opinions...just have to make up your mind...i was looking to go cheap...under 800....but after reading in here...cant do that to my truck....UNFAIR....
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U can remove it in two or three sections, two bolts at the down pipe and a clamp after the dpf, then u just slide the hangers off on the rest the pipe, idk if there is 2 sections to seperate on the back half of the pipe or not but it can be done without cutting to be reinstalled.



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yes you can remove it intact I did on my truck. What you have to do is jack up the back of the truck from the trailer hitch to gain enough room between the bottom of the bed and the axle to remove the last section.
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thanks guys!
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yes you can remove it intact I did on my truck. What you have to do is jack up the back of the truck from the trailer hitch to gain enough room between the bottom of the bed and the axle to remove the last section.

Yup just did it.

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i take mine on and off. i break it in two pieces. break it at the last joint before the muffler and at the down pipe. take the shock off the back pass side. slide the front exhaust piece out the back. then take the tail pipe piece out towards the front.
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