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Old 05-29-2015, 09:39 PM
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Exhaust spacer vs. Dynomax exhaust kit

Can anyone comment on doing the exhaust spacers or using this Dynomax exhaust pipe kit I ran across tonight?

Dynomax Stainless Steel Exhaust Pipe Kit - DMX88347

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Do you have a part number by chance?
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Do you have a part number by chance?
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Here is an image of it installed.
We work with a Jeep rental company in Moab who runs these on all their lifted JK's no issues.
I have only heard of one person smashing it and that was recently.
If you find yourself flexing a lot get any quality made driveshaft.
Install is fairly easy and changes of an exhaust leak are very low from what I have heard from spacers.
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The borla climber system eliminates that problem.
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