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Old 10-08-2007, 02:53 AM   #1
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ok .. heres the question.. I have no idea what my exhust looks like first of all.. but i do know what i want to do.. basically I just want to change out my muffler with a magnaflow muffler... (if this will make it sound alittle better) im not looking for the best sound in the world.. or anything... just alittle deeper ... what i want to know is if the muffler is a bolt on .. or wouldit have to be welded? if its bolt on does magnaflow have a bolt on muffler ... if its not bolt on.. can i just use band clamps to put it on using the universal magnaflow mufflers?...

Im a do it yourselfer and would like to learn this kindof thing anyways..
installing my DF210 Springs in the next week or so also will be fun!

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IIRC, the stock exhaust has a bend between the muffler and tip which a replacement muffler would not match. IMO your best bet would be to have an exhaust shop weld the replacement muffler on to get things aligned properly.
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