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Old 09-13-2010, 09:20 PM
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Default Just installed my Magnaflow (pics and video)

I am new to this site, and finding info on exactly what were the bare necessities that are needed to change the stock sound of my truck was a little difficult. Most people have forked out $300+ on an entire exhaust system. I don't plan on racing or impressing the socks off all my friends, I just wanted a sound that was a.o.k. for me.

Here's how I found that sound.

I researched and found that the Ram comes with a 3'' exhaust pipe so I figured I wouldn't spend the money on an entire system from the cats back.

I found that most people here like the 14" magnaflow and I found some youtube clips and liked the sound.

I measured from the diagrams on ebay and under my truck and figured that I would need an extension.

So here's the parts and prices:

-Magnaflow 14" muffler: $50-$75 (ebay)
-3" exhaust pipe extension: $8 (autozone)
-3 - 3" exhaust clamps: $14 (autozone)

14-15mm wrench (toolbox)

Received my Magnaflow magnapack 14" muffler today. Here are the parts I used to install it.

(see pics and video below!!!!)

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