Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: New Martinsville, West Virginia
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I've straight piped my own trucks, but I have a MIG welder in the garage. No bending needed, with careful cutting/grinding of the stock pipe and the muffler replacement pipe, it all goes back in just fine. The pipe in front of the muffler can be rotated 180 degrees after you cut out the muffler to better line up with the tail pipe, the replacment pipe can be fitted in place, and welded in place. Not really that hard to do, any good muffler shop should be able to make this mod happen for $50 to $100 for parts and labor. Shouldn't take more than an hour if they are good, I've done it my self in that ammount of time.
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