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2009 Mustang Loose muffler clamps

So I got my Flowmaster American Thunder Exhaust today I got them on but the passenger side is flawless while the driver side is loose for some reason. I did everything the same as the passenger. I used the stock clamps not the Flowmaster ones. But that driver side one just won't tighten. Can anyone help please?...

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I cut my mufflers off awile back and had to just weld another mount on each side, you can get the exhaust hangers with the small peice of rubber so it wont rattle at any exhaust shop. If you dont have a welder they'll prolly do it for like 25 bucks. Hope this helps.


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I got it tighten this things sound nice but I bet they'll sound way better with time.

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