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Anybody know if there is a good writeup, preferably with pictures, for putting on a muffler that turns out in front of the passenger tire? I am a little confused on where to cut off my old muffler and where to run the pipe so it fits nice under the cab. Thanks
 


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There are none that I know of. Get a measuring tape out and start measuring. Dont clamp or weld the muffler to the mid pipe until you have the exit in front of your rear wheel figured out though. You can adjust mid pipe length accordingly to get the exit right where you want it.
 

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If I get a chance I'll take a few shots of mine.



 

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yeah its not that hard just hold up the pipe where you want it and weld it into place.
 

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That should take like 20 min tops, Bro. Why a writeup? If you can't do it take it to a muffler shop. They won't charge much to weld that on.
 

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