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Old 11-08-2013, 07:56 AM   #1
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So I recently installed a Pypes H pipe and noticed that my car is missing the Midpipe hangers. This is causing some rattling under the car at certain rpms. Anybody have a link for a good place to buy some replacements? Can't seem to find any.

I don't need the rear exhaust hangers just the Midpipe ones. Thanks.
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Just have a muffler shop weld some onto your mid pipe.
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Just have a muffler shop weld some onto your mid pipe.
Wow I never even thought of that. I'm actually going Monday to get a muffler delete too. Thanks man!
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Wait but how would I hang them? Lol
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Wait but how would I hang them? Lol
There should be brackets with rubber bushings, unless they've been removed.
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The bolts maybe making just slight contact with the frame of the car. Make sure they don't touch or are close enough to touch the frame.
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There should be brackets with rubber bushings, unless they've been removed.
No that's what im saying. I don' t have those brackets anymore. Whoever had the car previously must have removed them.
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No that's what im saying. I don' t have those brackets anymore. Whoever had the car previously must have removed them.
A shop should have something, or pick some up from a junk yard.
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