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Looking for a bolt on exhaust tip, probably black, but not a 12 inch bro version. Something to fancy it up a bit like 5 or 6 inch. Any recommendations?


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Tons of options out there, did a weld-on 5" polished SS on mine.

Only thing is I went cheap, it looks like crap now.

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I got this one on amazon, surprisingly the quality is equal to my previous MBRP . Installing this weekend along with a resonator. I prefer a cheap bolt on, as they tend to need replacing after many miles of being coated in road grime.
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I got this one on amazon, surprisingly the quality is equal to my previous MBRP . Installing this weekend along with a resonator. I prefer a cheap bolt on, as they tend to need replacing after many miles of being coated in road grime.
With a resonator???

Why? truck deleted?

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My mbrp has held up nice

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With a resonator???

Why? truck deleted?
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I just got on Amazon and ordered the MBRP from the warehouse deals section $25 bucks and in perfect shape
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Have used 2 Colt Exhaust tips from ebay over the years.. They've held up well. Lower cost than the main diesel perfoamnce brands...

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I really like the look of the octagon shaped ones. When i install my flopro i will probably grab this one:




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I recently bought a tip, 4" to 6". I thought it was double rolled, from the picture. But they faked the look, it was just a thick crease. Still looks good though.

It a bolt on type, uses a bolt to squeeze on to Exhaust pipe. I have a welder, so my plan is to tack it to the pipe. ( month later, still just bolted on, guess I'm lazy on weekends)

With the bolt tight, the tip wiggles like its gonna fall off. I keep expecting to see it gone one day. But it's still hanging on. I think it crushed the pipe a little and the pipe after the squeeze is just a little larger preventing tip from sliding off.

Those with bolt on tips, are they tight and don't wiggle?

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Looking for a bolt on exhaust tip, probably black, but not a 12 inch bro version. Something to fancy it up a bit like 5 or 6 inch. Any recommendations?

My goto is a pypes evt506b - rolled angle cut bolt on - I think they offer 12" or 15"


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I recently bought a tip, 4" to 6". I thought it was double rolled, from the picture. But they faked the look, it was just a thick crease. Still looks good though.

It a bolt on type, uses a bolt to squeeze on to Exhaust pipe. I have a welder, so my plan is to tack it to the pipe. ( month later, still just bolted on, guess I'm lazy on weekends)

With the bolt tight, the tip wiggles like its gonna fall off. I keep expecting to see it gone one day. But it's still hanging on. I think it crushed the pipe a little and the pipe after the squeeze is just a little larger preventing tip from sliding off.

Those with bolt on tips, are they tight and don't wiggle?
Wiggles like it bounces up and down when your driving down the road?

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