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May 17, 2012 by admin Filed under Mustang Tips
i cant tеll frοm life under іt аnd i dont want tο jack іt up аnd find out thаt іtѕ something thаt i dont want іt tο bе
Tags: 1998, clamped, exhaust, Muffler, Mustang, System, welded
Most 1990 and up OEM exhaust systems are continuously welded. This makes it simpler for the factory to build the car and eliminates connections which can slip and cause problems. It does make for difficulty when servicing BUT its not that huge a deal. If the muffler is faulty you need to cut it off. Use either a hacksaw and some elbow grease or borrow an air hammer with a cutting tip and cut it off. The new muffler will be sized to fit onto the ancient pipe.
I know, I did it myself and it went smoother than I initially thought it would. Make sure you also get a new strap for the new muffler.
It’s welded. I had my stang’s exhaust changed out a few years ago, and they had to remove the stock exhaust with a cutting torch.
If it’s stock it is welded. If it has been replaced in someones back yard it is probably clamped.
It’s welded. The stock mufflers must be cut off if you want to replace them.
welded from the factory, but life 10 yrs. ancient, it could have been replaced before you got it.
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