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Unread 09-15-2013, 08:48 PM   #1
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Chrome exhaust tip

I did a search, but didn't find anything. My '02 Overland had the chrome exhaust tip and I liked the way it looked.
It got totaled in 2007 and I have had an '03 Overland, since then. I'd like to put a chrome exhaust tip on it, but it would have to be clamp on, as I have no access to a welder. Is anyone running with the chrome exhaust tip on anything other than an '02, if so, what do you have? I'd like some suggestions about what to get. I looked at some, but I don't see how they would mount over the crook in the end of my existing tail pipe.

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Cut the crook off and clamp on a tip?
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Exactly.
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Cut the crook off and clamp on a tip?
I guess I could do that. What should I use, a dremel with a cut-off wheel, or a sawzall with a metal blade?
Not sure a hacksaw would fit all the way under, not even sure the sawzall will, either.

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Cut from the bottom up, or the tire side in. Saw-zall or dremel would work but saw-zall would probably be easier
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Then what chrome tip would you suggest? I measured and it is a 3" exhaust pipe. So I assume I need 3" inlet to whatever outlet, probably 4 or 5". I am assuming the 3" inlet with have a slit, or cut, so that it will slide on the same size pipe? Then I could clamp it.
When I looked at the tips, I didn't see 3 1/8" or 3 1/4".

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http://www.amazon.com/Flowmaster-153...e+exhaust+tips

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Cool, thanks, guys!

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Go to an exhaust shop and have them weld one on... When I got my muffler put on they also did a tip. It was $15 for the tip and I think another $20 to weld it on... looks better and much easier!
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Go to an exhaust shop and have them weld one on... When I got my muffler put on they also did a tip. It was $15 for the tip and I think another $20 to weld it on... looks better and much easier!
Sounds like it might be easier to have them cut it and weld it on.thanks. The options are a 3" inlet, but my exhaust pipe is 3 inches, so how do they attach it if they are both 3 inches. Do they put a slit in it, until it is on far enough to weld, or do they use a flaring tool?

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The options are a 3" inlet, but my exhaust pipe is 3 inches, so how do they attach it if they are both 3 inches. Do they put a slit in it, until it is on far enough to weld, or do they use a flaring tool?

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I'd think, given that the part is an 'end' piece, that it is just slightly larger than 3, and will just slide right on to be clamped down.
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Flowmaster 15363 Exhaust Tip - 3.50 in. Rolled Angle Polished SS Fits 3.00 in. Tubing - clamp on
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Flowmaster 15363 Exhaust Tip - 3.50 in. Rolled Angle Polished SS Fits 3.00 in. Tubing - clamp on
That's what I ordered, I had a $25 Amazon gift card that needed to be used.
I'll have the shop guys do it if I am unable.

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