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exhaust temps at the tip

im putting fender flares on my truck and they sit pretty close to the exhaust which comes out infront of the rear wheel. its about 2 inches infront of it. is the exhaust going to be hot enough to have to worry about it damaging the flare? should i cut the exhaust and move it ahead i few inches or will i be okay?
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Re: exhaust temps at the tip

I would think it would be fine especially if it isn't touching. My 5" exhaust fits pretty tight actually touches my spare tire and pass rear shock and hasn't done any damage or melted the tire after almost 3yrs..

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awesome. thats good. less work for me i cant wait to get them on. i cant decide if i should paint them white or keep the two tone going across them. il leaning twards white

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