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    Loop In the exhaust for 2012

    Greetings

    Does anyone know why the Jeep Wrangler engineers placed that loop on the driver side exhaust. It looks like a kluge of some type. Look like some poor engineer was handed an engine and a chasie and then was told to make it work in 1 hour. It also seems ripe to get slamed against something.


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    To make the exhausts equal length.

    EVO Protek skid to protect it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    To make the exhausts equal length.

    EVO Protek skid to protect it.
    +2 I agree

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