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Exhaust question...what type (not brand) of muffler...

If one were to have a shop make an exhaust system (single in, single out, factory style but with 2.5" from the cat-back) what in & out orientation would one buy a muffler? Offset intake/output, straight through intake/output, etc? Wondering what fits best on my Ranger to keep the factory type routing.

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i think its offset will allow you to keep your factory routing
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Anymore specifics? I know there are some that are centered at the inlet and offset and the outlet, vise versa, etc.
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im tryin to remember what mine was...i think it was center in and offset exit
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mine is magnaflow with center inlet and dual outlets with dual tips out back. fits really nice even with my bodylift
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mine is magnaflow with center inlet and dual outlets with dual tips out back. fits really nice even with my bodylift
Nice...if you get a free minute, can you take a pic underneath?
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its run just like the stock system up to the muffler then it splits. its pretty easy to figure out
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