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Old 07-05-2016, 05:48 PM   #1
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Exhaust Parts

I have a 2005 Expedition that sits on a XC Freightliner chassis. I am looking for a source to obtain exhaust parts , specifically the tail pipe and perhaps the crome tip. Am I better off going directly through a Freightliner dealer or does anyone know of an after market supply house for such parts.

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Old 07-05-2016, 05:57 PM   #2
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A local exhaust shop may be able to do the work. I have not had exhaust work done on Motorhome, however on cars and trucks I usually can have a shop create the pipes and install for similar money to buying the ready made components - and then they still need to be installed.
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I could not find an auto parts or auto muffler to bend 4" if its a diesel ?
They could only bend up to 3 or 3.5. Not to say you can't buy corners and have it welded up locally n
I found a school bus place to do it. Autojet in Des Moines Iowa.
They were awesome to deal with, fair price. Couldn't ask for anything else.
Ship them what u need and they will 1 off it or duplicate it.
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exhaust pipe

I recently had my tail pipe rust off. I was able to buy a 90 degree pipe and used my tip with some 4 inch pipe to make a replacement. There are truck parts stores with 4 inch pipe and fittings in stock. I was able to get the old tail pipe out of muffler and install new pipe with a new clamp and hanger for about 70 bucks.
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Our local O'Rielly's can order parts. They are reasonably priced


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Old 07-05-2016, 09:32 PM   #6
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Ryder fleet products has HD truck exhaust parts. I just redid the entire exhaust system on my coach. Almost all of the parts came from Amazon. Hangers, clamps, muffler, 90 bend etc. just know what the diameter of what you want. Mine was all 5".
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4 inch is hard to find at local shops. I got a 90 and a chrome tip from Amazon. For less than 75.
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You can find anything you need here, just do a search for 4" exhaust pipe or 4" exhaust tip.

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If you don't want to do it yourself, a shop that repairs school buses should be able to do the job for you. I had my 2006 Expedition done a year ago. The installation was all stainless steel. I do know the parts came from somewhere in Ohio, but I do not know exactly where.
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If you don't want to do it yourself, a shop that repairs school buses should be able to do the job for you. I had my 2006 Expedition done a year ago. The installation was all stainless steel. I do know the parts came from somewhere in Ohio, but I do not know exactly where.
Great idea. I'll need to check out stainless steel when my time comes.
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Upon further investigating I have discovered that any exhaust part after the muffler is a Fleetwood part. Freightliner lists everything up to and including the muffler but nothing else. Just an FYI.
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