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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-19-2013 Thread Starter
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Unhappy Pypes rattle

So I had a muffler shop install a set of pypes axle back "pype bombs" on my 12 v6. After about a week I had some rattle under acceleration and when the shop looked again they said one of the clamps had come loose and was rattling off a hanger. Unfortunately after they "fixed it" it took all of 3 days for this to start up again.

Has anybody had problems with the clamps? If so how did you fix it? And does anyone have any other suggestions on how to keep the rattle out?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-19-2013
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This happened to me before, just tighten it very very tight, and then some more.

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Have a spot weld put on every connection. It will never rattle, and the pipes will stay whereyou want them. I did this on an exhaust system I installed 16 years age and it still doesn't rattle.

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Thanks guys I will give the tightening a try then if it needs it go for the weld.
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I had my pype bombs welded on so they would fit right.

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