Gibson Metal Mulisha Tips
Exhaust Tips Installation
- Make sure your exhaust tips will fit the diameter of your tail pipes. Sometimes you’ll be able to choose the right option for your year, make and model car, but especially if you have an aftermarket system installed, you’ll want to measure yourself.
- Check that you have proper clearance from your bumper cutouts. If you don’t, you’ll either need to buy smaller tips (the easiest option) or modify your bumper (not recommended unless you’re a pro). If you have dual exhaust tips, check both sides. They should be the same, but you’ll want to double-check.
- Using WD-40, lube up your exhaust tips and fit them onto the tailpipe. Your vehicle should be cold when you do this, otherwise you’ll run into fit problems, not to mention third-degree burns.
- Either tighten the screws or weld on your tips. If you’re using a screw-in exhaust tip, come back in a few weeks and re-tighten.