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Old 07-09-2013, 06:00 PM
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The front of the stock muffler should be clamped not welded. I would get under there and spray some good penetrating oil all over the clamps and in the lap joints. That should help it free up pretty well.

I believe you'll need about a foot of extra pipe to make up the difference. Can't remember what the exact measurement is off the top of my head though. As Graygoose said any muffler should should be able to figure out the install no problem. I would definitely recommend having the new muffler welded in too. You're just asking for leaks if you only use clamps.
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