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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-21-2005, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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Taking off stock exhaust


Getting ready to put on a Black Cloud Diesel side pipe kit and need some help removing the old exhaust.

What do yall spray on the rubber holders that hold up the old exhaust to the truck? Wd-40?

Also, any other tips? I plan on cutting the exhaust below the down pipe and anywhere else to make it easy to get off.



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Re: Taking off stock exhaust

I would spray WD-40 that works for everything.....or since your a JD man, go to the local dealer and but "Panther Piss" as my grandpa calls it, works just as well....(Its the JD = to WD-40
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