Bought H-pipe Without "hardware And Clamps"

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    Just as the title says. (edit: Bought a MAC o/r H pipe for short headers.) I didn't think this would be a problem since I figured I could just use the original hardware from the stock H pipe. Am I wrong in assuming this? If I need to pick up some additional pieces, I'd like to have it all before the H pipe gets here. If anyone could provide some feedback on this I'd appreciate it!
     
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    What kind of H-pipe? Is it a shorty or factory length?
     
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    Sorry, should've mentioned that. It's a MAC o/r H pipe for short headers, so factory length.
     
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    Nevermind, apparently I ordered from TREPerformance in the middle of them changing prices, so the item I bought is "out of stock" and now I have to buy a different item ($31 more) that comes with hardware and clamps. Thanks anyway.
     
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    A muffler shop could just weld it in :shrug:
     
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    Stock hardware would work...it's how I installed my old pipe in my old car.
     
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    I'm not familiar with that mid pipe, but I would def weld it up instead of using clamps. If you really want to clamp it in yourself I would recommend getting some band clamps from Jegs. The standard exhaust clamp has nothing on a band clamp. The last thing you want is annoying leaks ruining your exhaust note.
     
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