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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-20-2001, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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I am really interested in how you ran your dual setup. I just got a dual outlet header but I have not decided how I wanted it to exit the vehicle. Right now my plan is to go down the frame on both side with two big pipes exiting the back. How is yours run? I am ditching my cat and have heard that 2 18" glass packs sound awesome....let me know what you did..if you have any pics that would be great as well..Thanks

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-22-2001, 12:06 PM
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Sorry for the delayed response. Here is how my exhuast is run. Down both sides (inside of the frame rail) and tucked up nice and nice with the Cheery Bombs and each side of the driveshaft in the back. Buy cheap mufflers because if you break a rear u-joint and the driveshaft comes swings around kiss you mufflers goodby. From there it hoops up over the rear axle and it did slide out between the frame and the spring right next to the gas tank. This worked fine with 31" tires but when I went to 32" the tires rubbed the exhaust so I cut the exhaust even with the frame, now it end under the Jeep but not by much, I get no fumes and have never had a problem with inspects, I figure if I do I will just bolt extensions to the pipes to get it inspected then take them back off. It is one of the best mods I did to my Jeep. SOUNDS AWESOME, most people think I swapped in a V-8, I always amazes me how many people try to get me to race them becuase of the way it sounds, I always accept their challenge on one condition, I get to pick the road we race on, no one ever takes it farther than that. Good luck and have fun. I had a exhaust shop do mine for about $200. If you have any more questions let me know.


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