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post #1 of 7 Old 02-04-2007, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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? on inspection/emission

I was just wondering what are the current requirements for inspection and emission testing? I plan on moving back to the area sometime in the next year or so and was wondering what I would need. I am originally from McDonald Pa. It is about 30 minutes south of pittsburgh

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AFAIK PA is just a mechanical inspection.

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diesel's only require a safty inspection, no emmisions.
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Thanks for the info. I plan on running stacks and didn't want to have to keep the cat. converter or muffler.

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i have my inspection license and emissons . bumper high maybe a problem pa got some stric rules on lifted vehicles. max is like 30 inch from the bottom of the bumper . also makesure your tire arn't hang out of the wheel wells

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Thanks for the info. I did not no about the bumper only allowing 30inches, I will have to measure that. The tires stick out a little but I plan on putting some fender flares on that will fix that problem.

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yeah pa law is 3 inchs from body lines . but if did bush wracker cutout 6 inchs or what they are i'd pass it . you'll just need to find a shop that will pass ya some are harder then others

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