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exhaust question (not the typical one though)

so i was under my truck doing an oil change, and i found a dent on the drivers side exhaust pipe before the Y near the front drive shaft. is this supposed to be there for clearance of the front shaft?
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I'm pretty sure its supposed to be there.
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yeah its supposed to be there.
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alright, thanks
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Yea i saw that dent in my 06 a while ago and never got around to asking bout it. Good to know it is suppose to be there. Does anyone thik it would cause any real restriction??
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