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anything i can do about this? #444344 Apr 17, 3:23pm Apr 17, 3:23pm
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anything i can do about this?
i had kam kit put on recently, and my magnaflow exhaust rubs against rear bumper anything i can do to correct this besides cutting bumper?

Re: anything i can do about this? [Re: bozodaklown] #444345 Apr 17, 4:05pm Apr 17, 4:05pm
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I had the same problem with my TRD exhaust and stock bumper. All I did to center the tip was add some type of spacer(washers) to some of the rubber hangers. Just slide it around until it's centered, and add spacers where needed. Mine has been fine ever since.

Re: anything i can do about this? [Re: racergts03] #444346 Apr 18, 2:19pm Apr 18, 2:19pm
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You can use rubber spacers or washers. Also you can bend the hangers and line it up better so its centered. You always could jsut leave it... it wont melt the bumper or anything but will make sounds of it hitting the bumper on bad roads.


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Re: anything i can do about this? [Re: spyder00367] #444347 Apr 18, 3:49pm Apr 18, 3:49pm
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Originally Posted by spyder00367
You can use rubber spacers or washers. Also you can bend the hangers and line it up better so its centered. You always could jsut leave it... it wont melt the bumper or anything but will make sounds of it hitting the bumper on bad roads.


Don't leave it!! I don't know about the exhaust you have, but I didn't think my bumper would melt either until I saw blue shit dripping down the side of my exhaust tip. It's an easy fix, and you'll be glad you did it.

Re: anything i can do about this? [Re: racergts03] #444348 Apr 18, 3:58pm Apr 18, 3:58pm
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yeah my greddy exhaust def melted my bumper

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