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polok120
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polok120 Jan 26, 6:05am - #91009 

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TRD exhaust

what is the difference between the regular and extended TRD exhaust? confused
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NorwayGT
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NorwayGT Jan 26, 6:06am - #91010 

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Originally Posted by polok120

what is the difference between the regular and extended TRD exhaust? confused


regular doesnt stick out as far as the extended, extended is for if you have a body kit, other than the length they are exactly the same

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biggamejk
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biggamejk Jan 26, 6:22am - #91011 

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Originally Posted by NorwayGT
Originally Posted by polok120
what is the difference between the regular and extended TRD exhaust? confused


regular doesnt stick out as far as the extended, extended is for if you have a body kit, other than the length they are exactly the same


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the standard fits the rear stock bumper flush,
and the extended exhuast is flush (fits perfect) with for example the TRD rear skirt
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ironracer4130
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ironracer4130 Jan 26, 6:27am - #91012 

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yeah i think the extendend is like an inch longer than the standard. I have the extended on a stock bumper right now because some old lady rearedned me and smashed my rmm rear valence. It looks kind of funny because it sticks out a little.
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