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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-01-2004, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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hanging exhaust

hi there

i recently switched my drive train over to a new frame and put a fiberglass tub on.

when i took off the exhaust i didn't save any of the hangers or take notes on how to put it back together.

can someone help me out with the best way to hang it...

just a stock exhaust system.

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Re: hanging exhaust

is this for your 82 CJ7? i'll pm you pics of the stock hangers off of mine later tonight when i get home.
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Re: hanging exhaust

I used chain. Legal in texas and works great.
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leave it to an aggie!

I thought they stopped selling chain in Texas all together. Maybe that was just around Jasper... [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: hanging exhaust

On my fiberglass body, I used the ones your buy at autozone ($5 ones). I attached the hangers to the bottom of the body in 2 places. No problems. Usually most auto parts stores have a couple of different type of hangers. The flexible part is usually made of old tires.
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