Reviewed By Leland S (SARASOTA, FL) Reviewed for a 2017 Jeep Wrangler —10/10/2017 5:30 AM
Worked as expected, I ended up painting mine flat black only because I am not a fan of chrome, looks great, fit snug.
Reviewed By Tim F (Nokesville, VA) Reviewed for a 1994 Chevy C/K 1500 —10/5/2017 4:45 PM
Exhaust looks great and sounds great, not too loud and not too quiet. The installation wasn't too difficult, just had to do some adjustments to get everything lined up properly. I wish there were different clamps for the exhaust but everything worked great. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good quality exhaust at a good price and stainless steel.
Reviewed By Jim V (West Creek, NJ) Reviewed for a 2016 Nissan Frontier —9/23/2017 4:55 PM
I first went with the 2.75 Inlet, 3.5 Outlet. When I went to put that one on it was a little to big, where you would clamp it down. I then cut the larger piece of the exhaust system from the truck, right at the outlet. The factory exhaust has a larger tip, about 4 inches long. I sent the first one back, then I ordered the 2.5 Inlet, 3.5 Outlet. (Part Number 500374) When I received the new one, I had to spread the clamp a little wider. The tip looks great. A little modification does not hurt.
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