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    A V8 installed is about the price of one year away at a state school these days. Iíd be making out like a bandit on the deal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    A V8 installed is about the price of one year away at a state school these days. Iíd be making out like a bandit on the deal.


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    Wow... Iím over here telling my kid he can get whatever Jeep he wants as long as he puts up half in cash and Iíll match it... youíre over here wagering with v8s... Iím beginning to see the reality of Just Empty Every Pocket. Lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    A V8 installed is about the price of one year away at a state school these days. Iíd be making out like a bandit on the deal.


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    I was just going to say youíre getting off easy with that. Lol


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    Anyone on here have an opinion on welded vs just using clamps? I donít have a welder and am wanting to do this soon. I also donít want to pay a welding shop an arm and a leg to get it welded haha


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    Quote Originally Posted by bruggymonster View Post
    Anyone on here have an opinion on welded vs just using clamps? I donít have a welder and am wanting to do this soon. I also donít want to pay a welding shop an arm and a leg to get it welded haha


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    Weld it if you can. I had to tighten mine several times. MSJKU11 owns it now, and I think heís had to tighten them, too.


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    If you get good clamps you shouldn't have any issues. I bought these clamps from Pypes and have never had to tighten them after the initial install. Check the size - this is just an example. I bought all of my parts through Summit as well but doesn't look like they carry Pypes stuff anymore.

    https://pypesexhaust.com/i-23437228-...amp-hvc25.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    If you get good clamps you shouldn't have any issues. I bought these clamps from Pypes and have never had to tighten them after the initial install. Check the size - this is just an example. I bought all of my parts through Summit as well but doesn't look like they carry Pypes stuff anymore.

    https://pypesexhaust.com/i-23437228-...amp-hvc25.html
    Those look really similar to the clamps that came with my Dynomax kit. Iím still shy of 6 months since the install, but they havenít loosened up yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    If you get good clamps you shouldn't have any issues. I bought these clamps from Pypes and have never had to tighten them after the initial install. Check the size - this is just an example. I bought all of my parts through Summit as well but doesn't look like they carry Pypes stuff anymore.

    https://pypesexhaust.com/i-23437228-...amp-hvc25.html
    I had those, and they still got loose.


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    The clamps you had Clay never got loose but the pipes going into the muffler needed an extra clamp. I installed one on either side of the muffler sitting flush and haven't had anymore issues. I wouldn't think you need to weld them.

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