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Gibson Exhaust Systems Part #319999 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Donald J B (Des Moines, IA) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Expedition — Jan 23, 2017 1:22 PM
Sounds good. Is a little louder in the vehicle than expected based on other reviews I read. But overall we like it. Haven't towed my camper yet to really notice a power difference. Have to wait till late spring.
Reviewed by Stevan M. W (Elk Grove Village, IL) — Oct 12, 2011 9:16 AM
The only issue we found was a fitment issue where the exhaust sat tight against the shroud for the spare tire. This caused a noise/vibration at times. We needed to make some adjustment from a simple bolt on.
Reviewed by Charles P (Cape Coral, FL) — Sep 14, 2008 6:51 AM
In 2003 I purchased my first Gibson Exhaust system for my new 2003 Ford Expedition. There were many sytems out to choose from and the decesion wasn't easy, at first I was a little skeptical due to the sysstem actually being much less expensive than others,after doing much research I ultimately chose the Gibson Single Side Swept System. I installed the system myself and it functioned flawlessly for the next four years. I then tradded the vehicle in for a 2007 H2 Hummer and chose to put a Corsa system on due to GM Recomendations,what a mistake! I hated the system, paid more than 3x for the system and the the tips yellowed the first day. I recently sold the H2, bought a new Expedition and purchased the same model Gisbson Sytem as my first one, Good Choice, Nice System, Good Performance and Sound, Great Value!
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