I would love to do that for you however my wife (or should I say ex-wife) moved out 4 months ago and I have no access to the Jeep. It is as you said a Magnaflow exhaust and I would think they could tell you which model they guys at Savvy are using. Sorry I can't be more help currently.
This should be a no-brainer for your local shop. If they're anything like the shop that did my exhaust, they'll have cans from several major manufacturers in stock, so they'll be able to build your exhaust, and then slip each can on so you can get a sense of the sound differences and pick the solution that works best for you.
Where did you get those D-ring mounts?Thought I would post a little feedback on the Savvy Magnaflow axle back exhaust.
For those looking for a quite, but high tuck out of the way axle back, this might be your ticket.
I tried the Dynomax muffler delete pipe, but after a week I removed it and went back to stock.
Despite what other opinions say, for me, it is a lot louder than stock, and has drone at certain RPM's, did not like it, just not my cup of tea.
The Savvy Magnaflow exhaust I took a chance on since I did not see any data on it or anyone use it, or sound clips.
I think it's a nice compromise, quite with only a little more tone over stock. But it also add's 3" more clearance over stock for those that rock crawl. It's well made, all stainless and fit perfect.
Here are the links to it that I found.
It seems if you buy direct from Savvy, it's a $150+ cheaper than at Northridge4x4, which is odd, I think NR4x4 did not get the memo it was on sale.
Here is a couple pics and video's:
First cold start up video:
Thanks for that.
I made my own standoffs for the plate and bolted it into the cross brace with nutserts. However I moved it up to the spare tire because every time I leaned into the back of the jeep, I bent the plate.Thanks for that.
what did you use for the plate bracket?
I’m looking to ditch the bumper soon and your setup is nice and simple.