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post #9 of (permalink) Old 07-05-2006
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Originally Posted by Nur_Stang
Ok guys here is the update. I got my car all jacked up so i could see what was going on. On the drivers side, where the mid pipe and the headers come together you know how they connect using those two flange steal plates, well there still screwed in but both plates are attached to just the mid pipe... so i can move the pipes around because it is not connected to the headers... What should i do guys?? I thought that the two steel flanges were suppose to be before the header meets the mid pipe and they werent suppose to be able to slip over because the pipes get more round on the end. Thanks for the help guys
Ok, I gotcha, took me a while to figure it out.

Whoever put in your system screwed up. Run it back to them, and they shoudl repair it for free.

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