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Exhaust Hanger Disconnect - Sort of Urgent

How do you disconnect hanger arm from hanger when replacing the exhaust? 6197506623. Under the truck and not having much luck. Thank you, Chris
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Assume lots of lube :-). Actually got one out. Miracle.
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Honestly unless you have the tool to hold the rubber part easiest way is to hack off the hanger rod, but you can hold the rubber hanger by hand and lift slightly and push the rod out on most of them, but the sawzall is much easier

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Sawzall would have been a great idea but I muscle "blanked" them out which now means I am tired. 6 hours from the time I checked into the Auto Hobby Shop at MCRD until I checked out - great facility btw, and I am done. I won't bore anyone with the details but I may cut the exhaust so it is just short of the rear wheel as clearance is 1/2" - 1". Seems too small a margin. Thank you all for your texts and emails with ideas and advice about the Hangers. Now ready to enjoy a Cerveza! Cheers, Chinny......may post a few pics later.....
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So I installed the exhaust kit last Thursday and I really tried to get it in there without having to remove/relocate the spare. It is in however I have minimal (less than an inch) of clearance between back wheel and exhaust. Any issue with me cutting it short of the wheel?
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