Exhaust Hangers

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  1. Mavrick

    Mavrick Founding Member

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    Previous owner had an offroad h-pipe on the car, with mufflers and tail pipes. Before i bought the car, he replaced everything with stock exhaust, and cherry bombs, and no tail pipes.

    I see no hangers for the H-pipe, but thats no big deal.. everyone seems to live without em. I have the hangers and rubber pieces for the tail pipes, they are fine. I need to know what im missing from the muffler hangers.. right now i have the metal bracket that bolts to the frame, and the rubber piece.

    There is one other piece that hangs the muffler to the rubber piece, correct? Where can i get two of those... dealer?
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    Mustang5L5 Car used in adult film "Highway Gangbang-InDaButt" SN Certified Technician Founding Member

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    Usually those peices are welded on the mufflers or bolted to them. You may have to weld if your muffler don't have the bolt holes for them
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    I havn't seen an exaust system in quite a while. But from what I remember when I had Flowmasters on mine there was a long rectangular metal piece with like 1X10 bolt holes going allong its length so you could cut the piece for a custom fit then secure one end to the hanger and the other to the pipe. I forget how it secured to the pipe though.

    I also believe some pipes, maybe most, have a metal piece welded on the top which slides into the rubber hanger.

    I don't know if your car is show-room or a beater, but I love rigging things up. I'd just put a worm drive hose clamp around the pipe and two more connected to that one, or maybe a coat-hanger through the hose clamp, or any other sort of thing, then just secure that to the rubber hanger.

    That's all I can think of. I'd provide pictures but I can't seem to post any without getting error messages.

    Hopefully you'll receive a bit more knowledgable advise...
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    The h-pipe only mounts to the trans crossmember. There are no other supports for it. As for the mufflers and t-pipes, you should be able to get what you need from the dealer or your local parts store.
  5. Mavrick

    Mavrick Founding Member

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    Cabige, your right about the muffler hanger. Thats the piece im talking about, i remember it from my old car. Has a square piece, with a few holes in it so you could mount your muffler just right. Those are the pieces i need...

    Car is definetly not a show car, so i might just rig something up when i get some flows.

    Thanks for the replies.

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