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Old 02-27-2015, 05:09 PM   #1
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Exhaust moving on hangers

anyone else ever have issues where their exhaust is slipping on the rear hanger? for example, i lined mine up pretty well, and i even used a small tiny hose clamp hoping it would clamp the back end of the hanger in place, but my passengers side one managed to slide out and move towards the right. i used to be able to slightly fit my finger between the exhaust tip and the edge of the valence cut out, but now i can't even get my finger in there.

has anyone else ever noticed this, or has anyone used any special clamp to hold that rear hanger in place? i don't want mine to end up banging against the valence and resting on it.
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anyone else ever have issues where their exhaust is slipping on the rear hanger? for example, i lined mine up pretty well, and i even used a small tiny hose clamp hoping it would clamp the back end of the hanger in place, but my passengers side one managed to slide out and move towards the right. i used to be able to slightly fit my finger between the exhaust tip and the edge of the valence cut out, but now i can't even get my finger in there.

has anyone else ever noticed this, or has anyone used any special clamp to hold that rear hanger in place? i don't want mine to end up banging against the valence and resting on it.
Is it just visual or do you actually hear the exhaust shaking around while driving?

My passenger side shifted to the right as well recently, but I haven't found the time to look underneath yet thanks to all the snow.
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just visual. i don't hear the axlebacks moving underneath, but i can tell that in the 2 or 3 weeks since i put them on, they've shifted.
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I used to have a problem with my driver's side one moving up and hitting the rear bumper/valence. However, I unclamped the ball and socket clamp, moved it around a bit, made sure everything was as together as possible, re-aligned the axleback exhaust, and re-tightened the clamp. It has stayed in place since then.
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