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I'm about to order either a diamond eye or mbrp exhaust does the pipe have to be expanded or anything for it to be put on the truck or is it all ready to just put together and weld?

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Usually comes with clamps
I guess u could weld it if u want

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The mbrp comes with clamps and hangers so no welding needed. I will say this the stock exhaust takes longer to remove than to install the mbrp exhaust.

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Just put diamond eye 5in on my truck. came with clamps so no welding needed but you could do it if you wanted. Hardest part is messing with the down pipe.

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Just put diamond eye 5in on my truck. came with clamps so no welding needed but you could do it if you wanted. Hardest part is messing with the down pipe.
Sweet I went with diamond eye 4 inch. And my dp has been loosened recently so i was hoping it would b easy besides that

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They both should come with clamps. If you decide to use clamps, I would recommended getting band clamps. The U bolt ones bend the pipe so it's really hard to get the pipes apart.

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