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Old 10-12-2013, 06:34 PM   #1
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exhaust/muffler straps

I took the exhaust out of the Bounder today to replace a piece of the exhaust pipe and clean up some rust. when I removed the muffler it looked like it had something wrapped around it that went between it and the strap. does anyone know what I could use to replace that or what that material is? the material just fell apart so I can't identify it.
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Il take a wild guess it was like a liner for the strap. I kinda remember that when I removed mine to
Install the Banks System.
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thats what it looks like- it all fell apart on one side. any idea where to get one or what I could use to replace it?
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Its probably exhaust wrap (asbestos tape) to cushion between the bracket and muffler. You can purchase it at any major auto parts store.
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Its probably exhaust wrap (asbestos tape) to cushion between the bracket and muffler. You can purchase it at any major auto parts store.
that was the "stuff" --thanks. tomorrow I hope to get time to get it installed.
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