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Old 12-10-2013, 07:40 PM   #1
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Any tips on removing bolts on stock h pipe

Does any one have any tips on how to remove the bolts that connect the stock H-PIPE to the headers?
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a **** ton of PB blaster
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a **** ton of PB blaster
That's what I'm using now.
& I'm also having a problem reaching the inside bolt on the right side. Have any suggestions on how to reach it?
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I believe I just used a few extensions on a ratchet with a 15mm deep well socket
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I believe I just used a few extensions on a ratchet with a 15mm deep well socket
Yeah just needed to soak some blaster on it and let it sit and then a swivel socket with 1/2 I'm extension.

I wanted to hear how open headers sounded and OMG the beast was unleashed.
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you gonna leave it with open headers? post a vid!!
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you gonna leave it with open headers? post a vid!!
No I'm gonna run o/r x to either my pypes mufflers or just dump it after the axle but haven't decided.

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Here's the clip to the open headers. It doesn't sound good in the video but it sounds amazing in person.

http://youtu.be/nxS1U_dk4hM
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I'd go with off-road h I've got off-road h and Mac axle backs and love it
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Old 12-14-2013, 02:13 PM   #10
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Yeah I was installing my o/r x to my pypes violators
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