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#10: 09-27-2012, 01:44 PM
 
 Aaron48
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Its easy to make a new flange...Take the old muffler off the car.
Take a piece of paper, I prefer poster board because its pretty rigid.
Place it up against the flange of the muffler and rub the paper carefully holding it in place so it doesnt slide around. When you lift the paper you have a template to transfer to a piece of steel to be cut out.

I am waiting on some stainless pipe to use for the connection.
If I can get all the miter cuts right I ill have a custom made pipe and flange and it should bolt up to the stock location.



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Originally Posted by 10legacy View Post
how do you make a new flange? I've wanted to know this for a long time.

Also the pipe on the stock muffler is so short before it bends it didn't seem like an easy task to try to get a flange on there even if i knew how to do it.
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