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Removing exhaust hangers

So i hacked off that ugly tailpipe but I couldn't figure out how to get the exhaust hanger off. I'm figurin theres a easy solution to this lol.
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The rubber hangers? WD40.
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On top of that ^^^, a prybar will slide them off effortlessly.
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Thats exactly what I was just thinking as I was laying here not being able to sleep lol. I'll give that a shot tomorrow. Maybe I'll just pull harder haha
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WD40 is the ISH for this sorta thing, yo.
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Use this for the rubber portion:


Use this to get the metal portion off the frame:
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ha, i just left mine on


its under the truck, whose going to look for it?
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torch em off
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torch em off
Oh yes because I have one of those in my garage...
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I'd leave the hangers on the frame(the metal part). When you go do your exhaust down the road, the exhaust shop has an oem hanger there to use.
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I'd leave the hangers on the frame(the metal part). When you go do your exhaust down the road, the exhaust shop has an oem hanger there to use.
Thats exactly what I did for that exact reason.
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I don't remember how but I just took my hanger off when I hacked off the back of my tailpipe. It wasn't anything. That was the back one past the rear axle.
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