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I am looking to replace my exhaust with true dual, however as you all know I have a little problem with the front tank and transfer case on the driver side. i also need to put the two cats somewhere when the exaust is built. Does anyone have any pics of theirs or any suggestions on how to do this. I do already have shorty headers. Thanks Guys
I don't have pics, but it pretty easy. Both pipes are leading into one cat on the factory setup. Cut off the cat, and install to cats parrallel to eachother. Your mufflers will have to be parrallel as well ( about 3" apart). From the muffler back you can adapt a cat back dual system or have it bent up at a muffler shop. I had mine bent up at mineke about 3 1/2 years ago. I'm a little dissapointed with how much rot there is on the tail pipes already.
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