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I was wondering how difficult it is to install an X pipe in your own garage. It's tight quarters when I'm under my car. I have ramps for the front and a small hydraulic for the rear. Looks like the most difficult part will be cutting the stock H pipe. I read where there is some type of special tool needed for cutting. Would a guy be better off just to take it to a muffler shop. I appreciate your comments.
 

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Call around and see what your local shops would charge you . . .

if you supply the X pipe . . .

if you supply all the parts . . .

if they do it all . . .

and see if their price is worth it to you to avoid all the "fun" things that go along with installing an exhaust setup.
 

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The exhaust shops are a good bet, but if you decide to do it yourself get a good (NAPA) chain type tubing cutter. It will make the job much easier and the ends will be easier to fit together.
Measure twice - cut once. :thumbsup3:
 
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