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Old 08-03-2014, 09:59 AM   #1
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Anyone know where to get the 5" Chrome exhaust turn down for my 03 MADP. I just replaced my 90 degree muffler and tailpipe and need the new chrome turndown. I have the straight aluminized pipe sticking straight output cut off on an angle. It looks massive but my wife doesn't like how it looks. looks like a cannon facing straight out and I would be nervous following my coach as it looks like a gun pointing at you.
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I got the muffler from our Freightliner dealer and they wanted nothing to do with the tip or the 5" pipe I had to get that from Napa. They only provide parts that are Factory installed which is some kind of S pipe that Freightliner has on the Chassis. Newmar apparently puts the straight pipe and Tip on.
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:30 AM   #4
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I just went through the same problem of trying to find the right length 5" tip. Truck shops seem to only stock 18" chrome tips but mine is 12" to13" long. Lordco up here in Canada could get me a stainless one on sale for $160 which is ridiculous. I opted to clean up my old one.
I would check any performance shop as they should have the shorter one for the guys who like to put stacks on there pickups.
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The original on my DS was 20" long and retailed about $150. You can find any number of units online for $100 or less, but beware of light gauge steel-- it won't tolerate the heat as well and will rust out. Buy from a heavy truck supplier and you'll buy your last pipe.
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Old 08-03-2014, 02:49 PM   #7
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Hi FOLEYMECH,
Whatever you purchase, consider installing it so the exhaust exits parallel to the ground. This eliminates the dust cloud created by exhausts that point straight down or at a 45 degree angle. Go to Exhaust Parallels Ground - iRV2.com RV Photo Gallery to see my exhaust.
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Is your Newmar flap holding the exhaust system up?
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No, there is a bracket holding the exhaust after the muffler.
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Look here https://www.rvchassisparts.com:8443/...is/runApp?id=5
under "Exhaust components"
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Thanks for the link. I will call them tomorrow. Heres a photo of it. There she is Pre emissions!
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Just bought a tip off ebay last week made from heavy SS for $56 & free shipping. It was 14" long X 90 deg. turn down. Recived it in 3 days. They had some 5" ones I saw that were longer than I needed
Go to ebay and search exhaust tips. There were many hits.
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I love the look. Would really stop tailgaters if you weren't towing!
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