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Old 07-12-2009, 12:09 PM
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Exhaust system for the E350

Can anyone tell me whether or not the frame and OEM exhaust configuration on the E350 is the same as the F 250/F 350 with the 6.0?
I have contacted a couple of the better known manufactures/vendors here, but have not gotten a yes or no answer.

2008 E350 w/6.0
Quigley 4x4 conversion
4.10 gearing

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Thank you for your response. It seems to be stumping everyone I have asked.
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Old 07-12-2009, 02:24 PM
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It is definitely not the same. If you buy a turbo-back exhaust kit, and you have a welder, you can definitely make up a system.

The down pipe will need to be shortened, and the hangers will need to be moved around. The length will need to me modified to fit around the axle with the proper clearance. You might be able to get away with just moving the hangers around, and clamping the rest with splicing clamps.

All the parts are there, with a little re-arranging, you can get a system together. There is plenty of room around the transmission to get a 4" down pipe in there. A truck down pipe fits to the turbo, but it hangs down below the frame rail.
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Thank you

I was under the impression the E Super Duty series was built on the same platform as the F series of trucks. This is why I have joined here on this site. To learn!!!
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Old 07-12-2009, 08:46 PM
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nearly everything you learn can be use on one or the other.
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Exhaust update

After visiting my local Ford parts department, I had the parts manager print out an exploded view of the exhaust system for the 2007 F 250 and 2008 E 350
There is very little difference between the two. Actually, most of the part numbers are identical. A few modifications on the hangers will do the trick. I have narrowed down my search to MBRP and Magnaflow. Would anyone here be willing to give the pros and cons of these two please? I'll add my thanks in advance.
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Old 07-14-2009, 07:33 PM
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My brother and I have magnaflow on our trucks, and i like them well enough. Mine is stainless. I don't know anything about MBRP. They are usually cheaper. In the end, performance wise, it makes little difference. The only thing that will look different one one or the other is the exhaust tip.
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