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      07-07-2011, 09:03 PM   #1
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Looking for a diy exhaust removal and install for the headers back to the rear section. Seems like it should be fairly straightforward just curious if there are any special things you need to do to get good seal at the o2 sensor and other connections.
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Looking for a diy exhaust removal and install for the headers back to the rear section. Seems like it should be fairly straightforward just curious if there are any special things you need to do to get good seal at the o2 sensor and other connections.
My question is how to get at the headers if u can only jack up the rear....
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      07-08-2011, 12:20 AM   #3
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yeah that would be nice to know also but plan on getting all 4 up on stands i think.
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The easiest way is to back the car onto ramps, put the rear section on and then put it down, the pull forward onto ramps to do the x pipe. It's a real pain to do on stands or ramps, though, they just aren't high enough to easily move stuff around.
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Okay thanks I figured that would be the case. Could use my friends lift but its a distance away and would be a pain if things didn't go smoothly as well. Just gonna get it up as high as I can in the garage here at home and see how it goes.
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Tip: Use some anti seize or similar lube to make installing the hangers a bit easier.

Use jack stands and good luck!
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