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95 CCLB ZF5 2 wheel exhaust Purchase?

I have a 95 CCLB ZF5 2 wheel drive and and I want to change old exhaust system from turbo back which kit comes that I do not need to cut on anything on my truck, if they make one? I have heard that "MBRP S6218P Turbo Back Single Side Off-Road Exhaust System with Aluminized Downpipe" does not fit eventhough they claim it does. I would love to get a single 4" but would also be open to a 5" system or even a single or dual stack system but it would have to be black. Thanks
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All systems for our trucks are general setups. They all should fit but some individual kits are a little short or a little long. Also, if your body mounts are worn then you will have even more problems with fit. Trials of mass production and old trucks. All kits require at least one cut though, short of taking the engine out or cab off you must cut out the stock downpipe.

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Many times the downpipe will hit one of the "jig mount" ears on the 5-speed tranny. I had to cut the ear off my tranny on the 94. No big deal. Cheers!

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Also gonna have to bend or cut the cab pinch weld

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