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Old 02-19-2019, 07:11 AM   #1
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Advice for changing tail pipes.

I have a 2003 challenger and the tail pipes go over the axle and out behind the tires. The pipes are still solid but have rust holes along the center castings on the bends. It would be an east job if they routed out before the tires but the propane tank is on one side and the generator is on the other side. Were these pipes custom made by damon. Can they be purchased? Do I take one out and bring it to a muffler shop to make a duplicate. Just wondering what others have done. Thanks.
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The exhaust pipes are usually supplied with the bare chassis when the coach builder gets it. You can get them through the chassis manufacturer which is probably an expensive endeavor. You can get high-flow exhaust pipes from aftermarket outfits like Banks, which is most likely more expensive. Or you can go to a local muffler shop and they can make up what you need. This is probably the least expensive option and you are supporting a local business. I would not change the routing of the pipes if it puts them close to the propane tank.JMHO
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