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Old 01-18-2013, 05:48 PM   #1
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Stock cats worth

I'm selling 4 of my stock cats. How much are they worth?
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I'm selling 4 of my stock cats. How much are they worth?
No one? Lol
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i had sold mine for 70 bucks lol. didnt know what they were worth just wanted to get rid of them.
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i had sold mine for 70 bucks lol. didnt know what they were worth just wanted to get rid of them.
Lol they are worth a pretty penny man
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How much are new ones? I usually talk half about new parts are worth
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Old 01-18-2013, 10:45 PM   #6
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idk why people would even want to buy stock cats when they can just buy high flow cats instead
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Go to your local junk yard.. I think they resell them to manufacturers or something like that to be recycled. Catalytic converters have precious metal in them. I heard someone locally where I lived got close to $100 per cat.
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Go to your local junk yard.. I think they resell them to manufacturers or something like that to be recycled. Catalytic converters have precious metal in them. I heard someone locally where I lived got close to $100 per cat.
I've heard the same thing lol bout 100 per cat
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Old 01-19-2013, 01:19 AM   #9
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I've heard the same thing lol bout 100 per cat
Yes companies do pay 100 per cat that are direct bolt on and not cut. And about 25-40 for a cut cat/universal. At least in my area. And as far as selling them private party u might not get as much. I sell Walker brand cats for 80 for front and 115 rears universal/brand new.
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What do you mean by direct bolt? Wgat if I just took the whole midpipe and sold it? With all four cats
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Go to a metal scrapyard or a junkyard. One of them will buy it off you. I think there are even a few places on the net that you can mail your cats to them and they'll pay you. Pretty sure they pay for shipping too
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What do you mean by direct bolt? Wgat if I just took the whole midpipe and sold it? With all four cats
U cld get decent money for midpipe about 250-350 in my area. Direct bolt on cats are oem cats that don't have to be cut to be removed. A lot of vehicles have them. U could just unbolt them from their flanges and rebolt a new one when a change needs to be done. Those are worth good money
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I see. Well I might go somewhere sometime and try to sell the whole thing
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How old are they i wouldn't be used old cats, but selling them you should get decent money even at a scrap yard for the metals inside worth the big bucks.
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Off an 03 with 75k miles
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The woman said mine were worth 17 dollars..I laughed and left
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Where did you did them?
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Where did you did them?
To a recycle center...I'm ganna check out a junkyard later on
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I see. Yeah junkyard will be the best
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