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showcrop

05-14-2019 06:12:59




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Looking to get a clamp and repurpose it to another project if it is the right size. What size is the N exhaust pipe?




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Hobo,NC

05-14-2019 18:12:39




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 Re: N exhaust in reply to showcrop, 05-14-2019 06:12:59  
The first clamp I installed I over tighten it and it snapped... I went to my muffler clap box pulled two automotive clamps out pitched the U bolts got two longer standard bolts and used the straps it worked great till I could do better... In my opinion it was better then the original clamps :lol: I think I sold it with those clamps on it...



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showcrop

05-14-2019 14:58:38




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 Re: N exhaust in reply to showcrop, 05-14-2019 06:12:59  
Thanks Den, that is what I was hoping.



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Den N Ms

05-14-2019 14:50:30




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 Re: N exhaust in reply to showcrop, 05-14-2019 06:12:59  
Show crop,The clamp is 1 1/2".
The oic is of a manifold that I repaired with a short piece of pipe welded in the broken manifold flange then the exhaust pipe clamped to it .I like it better than the original clamp,NO LEAKS.



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