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WilhelmSR

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I am having a hell of a time getting the new axle-back exhaust over the factory pipe (above the axle). Got the stock one off no problem. Anyone have any tips or advice?
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I am having a hell of a time getting the new axle-back exhaust over the factory pipe (above the axle). Got the stock one off no problem. Anyone have any tips or advice?
I used a bit of silicone low viscocity lube on the outside of the OEM pipe and the inside of the axle-back, slipped on pretty easy after doing that. If your axle back is pretty heavy you might need a helper. Mine is the Magnaflow Street Series dual FWIW. Might also help to get a 3m pad and clean up the OEM pipe if it's got some soot buildup.
 

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you might have to very carefully bend the end of the new exhaust, coudlve been bent just a bit from shipping or something. I had to do this with my new AWE exhaust
 
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I used a bit of silicone low viscocity lube on the outside of the OEM pipe and the inside of the axle-back, slipped on pretty easy after doing that. If your axle back is pretty heavy you might need a helper. Mine is the Magnaflow Street Series dual FWIW. Might also help to get a 3m pad and clean up the OEM pipe if it's got some soot buildup.
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Should be fine
 
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