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Old 10-12-2014, 11:44 AM   #1
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Removing stock catback

Pretty much unbolt the quad shock, rear shock to remove the catback without cutting it? Seen a video on youtube but didn't show the person actually doing it.

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Well it's possible. Just not the way the YouTube guy said. Took a couple hours doing it myself. All I did was unbolt bottom shock and quad shock and remove the catback towards the car and not out.

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When I did my buddies GT I ended up doing the same as you but I pulled it out the back
I also had it on a lift so I had plenty of room to work with
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Had 2 jack stands and a jack lol.

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Yeah I'd say that's pretty impressive
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