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removing stock exhaust question

got the passenger side off my 94 lx 4.6 and got the lower nut off the driver side. the question is is there something differant about the top driver's side? it looks much smaller so i'm not sure if it just rotted off and I need to cut it.

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where i hi-lighted in red is where it unbolts. if its an original exhaust it should come off in one piece.
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where part # 528920 is there is small hangers there that slide out. use some PB blaster or wd40 to make it easier.
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If your talking about at the manifold on the drivers side you have to pop the hood and get a long extension to hold the top bolt and then loosen it from the bottom. (or the other way around) I had thought I rounded it off but eventually found what was going on.. HTH

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Wow, that diagram looks way different than the actual exhaust (I saved your diagram because it has the part numbers!) lol

Here is another one that looks more accurate:

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yeah i know, deff looks nothing like it. but was a good guide. hope it helps!

http://maremont.com/archived_e-catalogs/

the part numbers in this e-catalog are best for most cars
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yea i was talking driver side exhaust manifold at the ball flange
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anybody happening to remember socket sizes for the 1 oddball bolt on the driver's side?
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ending up having to grind the lower end of the bolt off. anybody happen to know what size of bolt I should buy to replace it? there isn't enough size left to measure. all 3 of the studs survived in good shape suprisingly, just need new nuts for them. if anybody knows the size on them i'd appreciate it.

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