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Old 11-06-2016, 06:37 PM   #1
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Exhaust parts

Sometime down the road I will need to replace my muffler and hanger brackets. My motorhome is a 2005 Fleetwood Expedition on a Freightliner xc chassis with a C-7 CAT. Does anyone have a good source of after market exhaust parts , or should I just call my Freightliner dealer with the VIN on hand.
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I replaced a complete 4" exhaust from parts from a Walker Exhaust catalog... I ordered most of it from rockauto.com and after the freight I saved $130 over the cost from my local parts store, (OReilly, Napa, etc).... I did get a 10' piece of straight pipe from O'Reilly....

I searched the catalog on line and than plugged the #'s into Rockauto...

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Check www.mandrelbending-tubefabrication.com in DesMoines, IA. They offer about anything you can think of in HD exhaust system components.
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