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Old 04-26-2011, 06:28 AM   #21
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1. There are No Vibrations as this is using exhaust hangers in the right locations.

2. The tip is very very close to touching the plastic flare, although its close, its not touching.

3. The Tip gets HOT as does all exhaust, but the tip does not get hot enough to melt this flare.

I have no issues with flex, but im not flexin out since this is a 2wd PreRunner and will later be fitted with bulged fiberglass bedside and fenders

The Exhaust moves as it should and stays close to the frame so no issues yet. Video will be posted Thursday on YouTube then to here.
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Old 04-28-2011, 02:00 PM   #22
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Video Posted for now...Update is in order for sure on this setup, so I figure a nice set of long tube headers and mid section will make this setup complete. I love it cause its different yet has clean appearance with very easy install, and my tailpipe is no longer my lowest point on the truck. The frame is. Check it out though NOTE: to those guys out there who inspect these videos in and out, the hose clamp around part of the fram does not have anything to do with this system, and yes there is a bit of rust on the hangers




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Dean I like it too-very good job too! Truly unique custom and always appreciate one who gives some attention to exhaust too I suggest at least keep that area of paint well-waxed, and do it more often because that moist hot gas does float across that surface-on a calm day when you are at a light, it will run up that fender a lot (my pipes do this so I have experience) my rear bumper started to show pitting at the wraparound due to exhaust, but I apply this glaze to my bumper and rear fender called "Glare" that is formulated to hold up to high temps like chrome exhaust, never had pitting again.
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Nice work, very clean!
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Thanks Ridgerunner, I will def do this. Im also looking into getting fiberglass bedsides and fenders so im wondering how the line up will fit with this tip in place, it can be extended outward, just not sure about how the bulge in the fiberglass bedsides changes the wheel well shape. We'll see though. Thanks for the props everyone!
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That is pretty sweet... did you custom fab it all yourself?
Everything was done by myself and a friend. We had a hole saw and a great idea and just went for it. The main thing was making sure we measured correctly to get the holes bottom edge to be level with the frame so we could go straight up and straight out. Took a total of about 3 hours in a garage, that includes the time we spent clearing out the cats too.
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Why why whyyyy???
The main point behind this was either buy a high clearance exhaust so the rear bumper would be the only thing damaged if it were scraped on the ground, or build something unique that would be cheaper and interesting to myself and plenty others. I know there are always going to be people out there that are going to say "why why why?" like it really effects them, but I have only seen/heard that once now ^ hahaha I dont care though, move on.
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The main point behind this was either buy a high clearance exhaust so the rear bumper would be the only thing damaged if it were scraped on the ground, or build something unique that would be cheaper and interesting to myself and plenty others. I know there are always going to be people out there that are going to say "why why why?" like it really effects them, but I have only seen/heard that once now ^ hahaha I dont care though, move on.

Well said man! Screw the haters! hahaha
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I lol'd but cool that you did something different...
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very nice take a bow!!!!!!!!!! i like the idea i might just do that to mine at some point in time but dont worry i be diffrent i go duel one on each side!!!!
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I dont think I would ever waste my time in life stickin around to hate on someones thread, but whatever floats your boat "the dude"
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very nice take a bow!!!!!!!!!! i like the idea i might just do that to mine at some point in time but dont worry i be diffrent i go duel one on each side!!!!
I would love to have it duals man, just have to figure out how to get around that gas tank safely
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in actually planned on doing this haha. i got fiberglass bedsides!
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I think it looks legit, and nice

as long as it sturdy and doesnt move around while ur driving or out mobbin u should be golden, u might get some silt from the pipe on ur fenders over time escpecially if u got an upgraded exhaust, but its still sick!
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I figured, no one can post Dave Chappelle with full seriousness, then again ya never know
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