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    Did any of you guys who bought cat backs save your factory exhaust?

    If so, is anyone willing to part with the front section? The flange and maybe 6" of the factory exhaust.

    Thanks
     
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    Well, I guess I'm going to have to use my own :(
    I was hoping to just pull my system off and put it aside but, oh well haha.

    Here's my pile of junk to replace what's under there now.

    Tahoe Exhaust-1.jpg

    And the part # for the muffler for anyone who is curious.

    Tahoe Exhaust-2.jpg
     
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    That's a good one. You'll like it.
     
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    I hope so :)
     
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    got a picture of what you need? the speed engineering ypipe came with about 6 different end pieces to mate to the various stock exhausts, none of which worked for me though.
     
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    I'll be right back with a picture :)

    Ok, I'm back haha.

    I'm not sure if its a ball and socket type 2 bolt flange. Or if it uses a cork type gasket. But this is it. I don't even need the flex joint.

    stock exhaust-1.jpg stock exhaust-2.jpg
     
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    This "would" go on the ypipe side looks like it may be a ball and socket or maybe a crush donut.
    20180303_154346.jpg 20180303_154336.jpg 20180303_154335.jpg
     
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    I'm wondering if it's a donut style. Kind of looks like it. I'm trying to upload another picture but its not letting me for some reason.
    Did they include any extra sections of the opposite side?
     
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    Nope, looking at a few other catbacks , it looks like the side you need would go into the piece I hace.
     
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    Yes sir, you are correct.
    I appreciate the help and pics.

    I might give the local pick and pull a try. If not, I'll just reuse mine. Not likely to go back to stock once my exhaust is completed haha
     
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