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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-02-2010, 01:24 AM Thread Starter
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In need of exhaust

Need 4" turbo back muffler w/ delete (in case its too loud for baby) its a 2001 ccsb. Whos got the best price for just the standard aluminized with a 6" tip?

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damn! sorry guys

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Talk to Nate at Performance Truck Products. He will definitely hook you up.


Best price I have seen on exhaust.

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Talk to Nate at Performance Truck Products. He will definitely hook you up.


Best price I have seen on exhaust.

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Thanks!

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Nate hooked me UP! Better prices then what i pay on ebay for a cheap no name brand!

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just don't cut the bell flange off if the cat doesnt go back on, ask me how I know

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