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post #1 of 9 Old 10-08-2020, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a needle in a haystack. '04 WJ

I've exhausted all efforts and am finding nothing regarding that exhaust hanger that bolts to the side of the transmission on my 2004 WJ RM Edition 4.0L i6/42RE/242.

Does anybody have information or a part number for that thing?


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post #2 of 9 Old 10-08-2020, 05:58 PM
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check tasca jeep parts,52101017ac,they show it on their web site, may not have it in stock
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Rockauto has them too $15.50
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does this help - let me know
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When I see the price of OEM I think aftermarket.
When I see the quality of aftermarket I think OEM.
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Moparpartsgiant has them for under $15.
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ill sell you mine for cheap, did some exhaust work recently and dont need it anymore haha

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A few days ago, I tie-wired the exhaust pipe to the crossmember. That was a mistake. The exhaust vibration noise drove me nuts.

Today, I cut that tie off and rigged a new tie off of the hanger bolt hole that's on the side of the transmission. Problem solved! No more rattling pipe! And with the use of Flex Steel, no more exhaust leak. That stuff actually works well if you follow the instructions. Jeep is all quiet again.
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A few days ago, I tie-wired the exhaust pipe to the crossmember. That was a mistake. The exhaust vibration noise drove me nuts.

Today, I cut that tie off and rigged a new tie off of the hanger bolt hole that's on the side of the transmission. Problem solved! No more rattling pipe! And with the use of Flex Steel, no more exhaust leak. That stuff actually works well if you follow the instructions. Jeep is all quiet again.
Off topic here, but what grill guard is that, and how do you like it?
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Off topic here, but what grill guard is that, and how do you like it?
I rolled that Jeep last November and just can't bear the thought of changing my avatar yet...lol. That grill guard was the Black Stallion brand, I believe. I loved it. It took a massive hit in the crash last year and got bent up pretty bad. BUT, it did stop my airbags from popping. There was just too much other damage to the Jeep so GEICO totalled it. But thanks for asking.

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