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Hey I bought this above mentioned Muffler Delete and put it on this weekend. My question is mainly for those that have put this muffler delete on.

It comes with a clamp and hanger attached to it. so i used that. and then i used the hanger on the back section of existing pipe. but if i am right that only left 2 hangers holding up my entire exhaust. is that ok? it seems sturdy, but there was originally 3 hangers on the OE muffler and one on the back section of pipe. eliminating the muffler, eliminated a bunch of hangers. I am just trying to make sure i will be fine.

let me know your thoughts.

Thanks in advance.
 

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The installation eliminated a lot of weight as well..

If the tailpipe is sturdy and the hanger for your downpipe is in good shape, I'd say you are fine.
 

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i had the muff delete installed at a muff shop.
they added on hanger to the end of the delete pipe.

the oem muff weighs a ton, so you SHOULD be okay as long as you dont have
any rusting going on.
 

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well i have a hanger at the back of the delete pipe. and then the one just past the hump over the axle. but i didn't see one up further on the downpipe. maybe i missed it.
 

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how much louder will my 98.5 be without the muffler?? thanks Ed
 

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Been running mine for over a year sounds great wit hjust the kitty in the line.
 

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Been running mine for over a year sounds great wit hjust the kitty in the line.
if the kitty is the catylitic converter, my truck did not come with one. Ed
 
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