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Unread 03-25-2012, 05:10 PM   #1
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Rear exhaust pipe braket-83 CJ

Trying to figure out where this bracket mounts. It seems like I took lots of pictures during the teardown, but never the RIGHT one. This was mounted somewhere on the left rear and held the tail pipe. Damned if I can figure where it mounts!

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Unread 03-25-2012, 05:16 PM   #2
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There is a plate that bolts to the frame with that one bolt in your other thread. The piece with the rubber isolator bolts under that plate. The piece in the isolator attaches to pipe with muffler clamp.

Here.... bolts underneath this:
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Actually it mounts underneath the bracket that is welded to the frame on the drivers side just in front of the leaf spring mount. The parking brake cables mount to it as well. I don't have a pic handy but the bracket has an arch cut out in it for muffler clearance. BTW, that is the muffler mount, not the tailpipe mount.
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Your'e thinking of the other one that is more square. I just bolted it in the other day. The one pictured is for the very end of the tailpipe.
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There is a plate that bolts to the frame with that one bolt in your other thread. The piece with the rubber isolator bolts under that plate. The piece in the isolator attaches to pipe with muffler clamp.

Here.... bolts underneath this:
Thanks, I remember taking it off but.......I seem to have lost that bracket.

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Your'e thinking of the other one that is more square. I just bolted it in the other day. The one pictured is for the very end of the tailpipe.
Is this a pic of your original bracket and isolator, or is this a replacement. Mine rotted away years ago and I've yet to locate a replacement. Were you able to locate an aftermarket or OEM one?
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It's original. My rear hanger like the OPs is completely rusted apart. I am going to have to fab one since I have seen neither for sale anywhere.
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