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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-19-2014, 02:56 AM Thread Starter
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Iam having problems getting the hangars to fit right the one behind the cross member hangs down and is not long enough and the next one back hangs down to cant move the pipe up anymore or it hits the heat shield.Anyone else have this problem with these kits.I am installing it on a 2002 f350 xcab longbed
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-19-2014, 07:25 PM
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Re: diamond eye exhaust install

I had to swap my hangers around went I put mine in, try that.

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Thanks, I got it all together today the hangers still hang a little down, had a friend look at it he said his where the same way and has not had a problem.You would think diamond eye would have enough complaints about this and fix it.Other than the hangers everything fit perfect and sounds good,took alitttle bit to get the tailpipe adjusted just right to miss the shock and the spare tire.Looks good now and everything is tite and no leaks.
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Re: diamond eye exhaust install

I haven't heard of any issues with the Diamond Eye setup. I helped a friend install one on his Cummins and it fit like a dream. I plan to buy one for my Crew Cab soon.

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Re: diamond eye exhaust install

I had the same problem with mine. I ended up putting the smaller piece (the one I had to cut) on the down pipe and then it worked out but yeah it was a pain and the instructions sucked.

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Re: diamond eye exhaust install

Mines a CCLB, so I needed all the parts supplied, I will say that while the pipe doesn't rust, the clamps sure do

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I didnt like the u bolt clamps they give you so i bought some stainless band clamps from a local dealer they worked real good and look good to. I called diamond eye they where real helpful and emailed me some pictures.There pipe hangars where hanging straight idont know how they did it.the best information they gave me was the outside bend of the first pipe goes towards the driveshaft.The instructions dont tell you anything.
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