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Old 04-22-2010, 05:10 PM   #2
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i got my dynomax as 2.5 center in/ 2.5 offset out. hope that helps
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Old 04-22-2010, 05:17 PM   #4
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I'm not sure exactly actually...if you go to a muffler shop they'll be able to make it fit. they have this cool machine that can widen pipes and they had to use it for mine. so i would say it's better to get too small than too big but what do i know
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I'm not sure exactly actually...if you go to a muffler shop they'll be able to make it fit. they have this cool machine that can widen pipes and they had to use it for mine. so i would say it's better to get too small than too big but what do i know
idk hopefully a couple more people will ring in
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Old 04-22-2010, 05:20 PM   #6
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yeah but i am for sure on the inlet/outlet locations
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Old 04-22-2010, 05:34 PM   #8
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Honestly any good muffler shop will work with whatever muffler you get to make it fit, and with the small difference between the 2.5 and the 2.75 it shouldn't matter. But if it was a 2.5 and a 3.0 then it would be something different. But just the small difference between the two it really won't matter they will make it fit. They did with my flowmaster. It's easier to get a little bigger and stick the mouth of the muffler onto the pipe and weld around it to build it up than it is to make a smaller pipe bigger. My bet would be to go with 2.75 and they'll fix you right up.
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Old 04-22-2010, 05:37 PM   #9
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make it an easy deal and go with the 2.5 center/center
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because thats what your stock muffler is so all you gotta do is cut the stocker out and weld up the new muff and it will fit with no problems you might have to pick up a chunk of pipe from a shop because the aftermarket mufflers are usually alot shorter than the keg sized stock muffler
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because thats what your stock muffler is so all you gotta do is cut the stocker out and weld up the new muff and it will fit with no problems you might have to pick up a chunk of pipe from a shop because the aftermarket mufflers are usually alot shorter than the keg sized stock muffler
very true thanks alot guys hope it sounds good one more question should i buy the 13inch long one or 17 inch?
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depends on how loud you want it the shorter it is the louder i would go with the 13 but thats just me
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Stock piping is 2.25"
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Stock piping is 2.25"
im pretty sure its 2.5, at least thats what mine is idk about the prerunner though but i would think that it would be the same
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Old 04-24-2010, 01:27 AM   #16
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im pretty sure its 2.5, at least thats what mine is idk about the prerunner though but i would think that it would be the same
The stock tacoma exhaust (pre-runner, x-runner, any other form of 1GR) is 2.25" OD.

Its very possible that you have a 2.5" muffler installed. An exhaust shop can make any muffler fit into any exhaust.
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i did it myself and 2.5 muffler fit perfect
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i did it myself and 2.5 muffler fit perfect
a 2.5" muffler will usually have a 2.25" ID, which will fit over the stock piping.

I've got a pre-runner catback in my garage right now, trust me, stock piping is 2.25" OD
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