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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-04-2017, 03:14 PM Thread Starter
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[FS] OEM 97 Exhaust Mufflers 4.6L

Hey, I have SLP Loudmouths on my car for the past year, I don't know why I even have these stock ones still stored here in my garage. I'm cleaning the garage and really don't need see a need for them. Take them for 10 bucks or free if you want, just pay the shipping (which varies by where you live).

These are rust free, 100% all Vegas car, never seen snow, never seen salt. They're pretty darn clean. 55k miles on the car when they were taken off. They wipe to pretty much clean bare metal. Both left and right mufflers.

Any exhaust shop should be able to put them on (weld on).
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Looks like they were cut too close not enough pipe to attach to. Just throw them away
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Not really, easily installed by any reputable exhaust shop.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-05-2017, 08:22 AM
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The only way to install those given how close the cut was made would be to weld a sleeve on the inside, which would be necking down an already restrictive setup, plus add to the installation cost. Considering the stock mufflers aren't in demand in the first place, and these ones would require more work to install, they simply aren't worth anything. Obviously they are your property, and you are welcome to try to sell them, but you will most likely end up just scrapping them.
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