Re: help: replace muffler

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Posted by Ben ( on 19:37:54 08/04/11

In Reply to: Re: help: replace muffler posted by Peter

Easiest was my Mazada 929 replacement from the OEM

Pure bolt off, bolt on.

All of the American OEM kits I've done had to have some metal working tools/ability.

All of the non OEM kits from after market have had much more work, but they did get in there after
working them

That was years ago and think with today's automate & robotic working against the OEM spec
would have them much closer.

Lots of anti-seize (alu filled) to both help slide things together and to rub into bare metal
as the grease will burn off and leave the alu as a semi-plated coating.

Shotpeen hammers, metal chisels and air tools also very handy.

Just be ready with a plan B...aka...local muffler shop or mechanic

Good luck

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