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Old 07-26-2007
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Side outlet exhaust needed..

So i want to redo my exhaust and have one tip coming out each side behind the mudflap....basically just need a 90degree pipe and new tips.. weld it on... but i need help, i need pictures of how you got your pips mounted by the tips...

So anyone with side exit dual exhaust POST YOUR PICTURES...

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I guess my main thing is i need to see how close it is to the leaf springs... i wont have a problem cutting / welding in my pipes, i just dont know how close i can get to the leaf springs
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TTT no one has side exit exhaust?
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maybe they just aren't on.. not too many people have 90* tips on here...
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Rocky, Mine aren't bent 90 degrees, but here's some shots of the setup. Hope they help!
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Let me know if you need some more of a specific spot. I'll get them for ya.
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Iam running the flowmaster 40 singel in duel out with all 2 1/2" pipe. I have the muffler under the cab and both rear pipes exit infront of the right rear tire. The only problem that i have encountered was when putting it on certain lifts that the arms couldnt be placed on the rear leaf spring shackle because the two 90* pipes from the muffler were in the way, and you will get a lot of interior noise.
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Yeah i figured if i ever need to do anything with my leaf springs or whatever it will bei n the way... i actually got under it just earlier to see how i can do it...

I need to be off work for a day so i can go to the store and get new tips and 2- 90 degree bends.... and weld it up...

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