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Old 03-21-2006, 06:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need pics of how to route exhust on full traction long arm lift

just like it says, i dont want to spend the money for there "exhust" so if anyone has there exhust or made up there own could you send some pics so i can get some ideas...
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I chopped mine at the Y, then ran new pipe down passanger side frame rail, used a shorty muffler that sits beside the T-case, its protected by the belly skid and dumps out right after that.

Couldnt figure out a clear way to run it all the way back to the rear.
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I chopped mine at the Y, then ran new pipe down passanger side frame rail, used a shorty muffler that sits beside the T-case, its protected by the belly skid and dumps out right after that.

Couldnt figure out a clear way to run it all the way back to the rear.

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Old 03-22-2006, 07:36 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I purchased the muffler F.T. uses from their source and fabed the pipe with "u" bends and shorts i had from another project. I'll send pic tomorrow.
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