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3588 exhaust tube to muffler rings

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picassomcp

10-11-2017 15:09:52




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I have a 3588 2+2 with a horrible exhaust leak. After looking at it, I have found the leak. There is a tube about 16" long that goes between the turbo and the muffler. This tube is very loose, I can wiggle it up and down and side to side. When I took the muffler off as I will be replacing it with a muffler eliminator, I noticed that there is a sealing ring (looks like a piston ring) on each end of this tube. I ordered a set of new rings like these. I am wondering what the 2nd ring (the one that looks like a stop sign) is for. Can anyone help me out so that I get it all installed correctly?

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Bob

10-11-2017 21:47:10




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 Re: 3588 exhaust tube to muffler rings in reply to picassomcp, 10-11-2017 15:09:52  
NOT familiar with that setup, but it sounds like you are describing an "expander" that goes in the groove before the actual sealing ring.

Are the old ones lim- and tucked down at the bottom of the grooves?



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picassomcp

10-12-2017 05:25:35




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 Re: 3588 exhaust tube to muffler rings in reply to Bob, 10-11-2017 21:47:10  
Yes, on one side the old ring is still in the groove but stuck down it the groove. I still need to work on getting that one out. The other side, the old ring is out already.



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