i was looking at the configuration of the pipes and from what i can see online, the 4x4 and the 2wd cat configurations are slightly different, and i cant quite guess how i can get the d shaft to run through the crosmember and over the pipe and still provide enough driveshaft clearance, i thought it may need to be modified. if i need to keep the cats then i imagine i can just re-pipe the drivers cat and get it completely out of the way, but i was looking to simplify the system and possibly upgrade it with a more high flow unit if it is legal. maybe i need to find a 4x4 truck to take a look at and get measurements for clearances, and ill look into that magnaflow cat, what was the part number from them?? im sure that might make my flowmaster sound even better.
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