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Re: Updated exhaust for the wagon
Friday, August 22, 2014 7:43 PM
Wayne Schiff wrote:

If you're gonna add a tip, why not a dual tip?


I kinda like the old school look of a turn-down tip and I can also pull and tuck the muffler body up a bit with a turn-down installed too.
The car is old, so I prefer the mods to look kind of old school/ hot rod-ish if I can help it.




~ Mike ~



Re: Updated exhaust for the wagon
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 6:37 AM
Moved the muffler forward and installed a polished Gibson turn-down tailpipe !



It turned out better than I thought it would and the sound is now exactly the way I want it to be..!
I also added a rear hanger, so now I have a hanger fore and aft of the muffler. It's a much more solid install now.





~ Mike ~


Re: Updated exhaust for the wagon
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 6:19 PM
Be careful backing up - you could hurt somebody with that thing!!


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Re: Updated exhaust for the wagon
Friday, October 24, 2014 10:04 AM
Orlen Brown wrote:

Be careful backing up - you could hurt somebody with that thing!!


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Yeah, I hear ya, Orlen, LOL !
I thought it might be sticking out a *bit* too much initially, but after driving it for over a month, It really hasn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t gotten in the way yet - even when loading groceries and my VW engine into and out of the old girl... Besides that, I paid for a polished, stainless tip. Might as well show it off !
Think I\\\'ll just keep her this way.....for now !




~ Mike ~


Re: Updated exhaust for the wagon
Friday, October 24, 2014 8:29 PM
I\'ve actually caught myself scraping my \"side puffer\" from time to time - but you probably have seen how I stuff my ole long top full from time to time!

Every wagon loves to be filled to the brim


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