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Old 01-17-2014, 08:58 AM   #1
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Dented Exhaust Pipe?!?!

Okay so I recently ordered the Roush axle backs and was looking a around underneath my car just to get acquainted with everything before I try to install them and I noticed that the one of the pipes had about a 2 1/2 ft indention in it that the other one did not. It's in between the x pipe and the rear wheel tires I'll post a pic when I get home today! Any advice on what I should do?
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Okay so I recently ordered the Roush axle backs and was looking a around underneath my car just to get acquainted with everything before I try to install them and I noticed that the one of the pipes had about a 2 1/2 ft indention in it that the other one did not. It's in between the x pipe and the rear wheel tires I'll post a pic when I get home today! Any advice on what I should do?


A lot of the mustangs pipes are like that. Even mine. Could've been done when it was being loaded I was told. Doesn't bug me any. Lol.
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They come from the factory like that. Not sure why but I have it to. Maybe it was to low for ground clearance
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Alright well that makes me better about if y'all have it too! It's just odd that it's only on one and not the other!
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It's normal. Feel around on the top side of the other resonator.....it will have one also. I think we have all had this reaction at some point.
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Haha. Ya I was a lil worried at first then I found the answer on this site awhile back.

If you don't like it. It's a good excuse to get a catback exhaust haha.
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