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Old 10-18-2016, 08:35 AM   #1
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Replacement exhaust piping

where can I buy some replacement exhaust pipe for a 99 Monaco Windsor 8.3. need from the turbo to the muffler.
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Old 10-18-2016, 09:08 AM   #2
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A good muffler/exhaust shop can probably fab up something at a reasonable cost.
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It would help to know where you are located.
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Old 10-18-2016, 09:47 AM   #4
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Old 10-18-2016, 09:51 AM   #5
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If you are after straight stock pipe... all sizes are available in 10 ft lengths from most of the discount auto parts store on special order... if the pipe comes with a stock order there are no freight costs... I ordered a 10 ft 4" piece for a project... bought a heavier gauge than stock that was alumina-zed (sp) so that it won't rust... something like $22... as I remember...

Also most of the exhaust catalogs offer standard bends, and fittings to build your own... which might work for a simple installation..
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I have found that Traction Truck Parts is a good place for exhaust parts and clamps. They can supply just about anything in the Donaldson catalogue. They have a number of stores in Nova Scotia.


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Old 10-18-2016, 05:44 PM   #7
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My experience is take it to a muffler shop,they can fabricate what ever you need.
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Old 10-18-2016, 06:48 PM   #8
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you just cant get a straight pipe and hook it up.. it has to be bent to proper bends and the flange on turbo side. ect..i had to do this to mine also ,, i will try pics,, i will try post damage done also from hot exhaust gas
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here is door and back.. that exaust is HOOOOTTT. and went to auto parts store and got some exaust tape and putty and worked very good till got home.. oh and the rv dealer said we will take care of it as it was on my punch list that we smelled exhaust..and i think tehy looked under bed and seen nothing so good to go,,,notttt

this from turbo to muffler...
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Diesel is pretty specialized I'm thinking. The systems I'm familiar with are not likely anything you're going to buy over the counter. A truck repair center would be who I'd be talking with. A Cat/Cummins dealer, Freightliner, Peterbuilt, even larger independents should have some ideas.
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My exhaust, from the engine to the muffler, has been replaced. There is about 2' of flex pipe coming straight down from the something, the turbo maybe? That flex pipe is connected to a 90 degree elbow which connects to about 3' of straight pipe which terminates in a 45 degree el. That el is connected to the original muffler. From the looks of it, it's all stainless steel connected with 4" wide stainless band clamps.

The original muffler has a few holes in it and the tail pipe from the muffler to the downturn tip looks to be original. The PO said he couldn't find a muffler to fit or he would have replaced that too. I bought an Aero muffler and will replace the original muffler this winter.
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The flange on the 8.3 turbo is a goofy one. We have trouble finding them at times. I have ordered them from here.

You need style B

Cummins Turbo Exhaust Pipes | Truck Exhaust Turbos
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