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Old 05-17-2007, 11:21 AM
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Thread Hijack. I have an FZJ80 with S/C and am in need of a new exhaust and possibly the cats replaced. Anyone have a suggestion on where to go for this truck. Any experiences or suggestions of places you folks have gone? An idea on price would be nice too. I would like to have it routed differently than factory ie. tucked as far up as possible.

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Old 05-17-2007, 11:24 AM
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See Kevins post #6 above. He mentions a shop he's using for a custom wagon exhaust.

Also see Wes and Nakmans responses, #2 and #12, the shop that did the 62 Raffle truck system.

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Thread Hijack. I have an FZJ80 with S/C and am in need of a new exhaust and possibly the cats replaced. Anyone have a suggestion on where to go for this truck. Any experiences or suggestions of places you folks have gone? An idea on price would be nice too. I would like to have it routed differently than factory ie. tucked as far up as possible.

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Old 05-17-2007, 12:22 PM
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How 'bout Hanksville Hot Rods, in Littleton? Guy seems real nice and also seems to really know what he's doing.
IIRC he offered to bend DOM for wheelers too at a discount. I've heard positive things on CO4x4 about him.
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i'll second both aa in englewood and the exhaust pros in commerce city
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Old 05-17-2007, 03:02 PM
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If you can support the Raffle Rig vendor I'd vote for that

Otherwise I'd third AA in Englewood. Did the work on my Durango and it was quick, inexpensive, and well done.
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I don't know if this is just suddenly because it is the busy time of the year for them, but Bud's did the exhaust on my FJ62 v8 conversion about a month ago and I got it in and out in one day. Awesome work, nice guy. He called when it was done to say that it was up on the hoist still and that I could come check it out. Hopped in the '60 and drove down there - it looked great.

They did a great job and had no problem with the car not running. I dropped it off not running in the parking lot and he even offered to help put it back on the trailer when it was done. I couldn't take advantage of the offer, but I really appreciated it.

He even put it together with flanges so that I could take it apart to remove the transmission and tranfer case without cutting the exhaust apart.
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