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Exhaust hangin low...

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The tip is getting low... I look under & the rod has jumped out of the rubber. I don't know if I'll have any luck fixing it... IF I can crawl under.

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unless your exhaust has moved i would almost bet your mounting braket has moved. i know as far as the rods are pushed in mine it would be impossible for them ot come out unless something had moved quite a lot. i just took the one off my tranny and the exhaust would have to shift 4" or 5" to the rear to have come off of that one.

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Or the rubber could have torn...:shrug:

OOhhh I hate that.......

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My mounting brackets are welded to the exhaust pipe. The bracket on the tail pipe seems to have popped out of the rubber suspending link allowing the long sections to rotate. I'm think if I can loosen a clamp or 2 & jack the tip back up, maybe I can twist the pipe sections the other way & slip the bracket back in the rubber. I'm thinking of wiring or clamping (hose clamp) around the rubber/bracket.

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Diaper time!!!!!:lmao2::lmao::lol:

You offering???:stuned::wow::lmao2:

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It's grand-babies now! I don't do changes... Hand-off to Nana!

That is the best way...... 'Sides, my grand kids are all in school so there better not be any diapers!!

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