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Gibson Exhaust Systems - 17200

Cat-Back Exhaust
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Gibson Exhaust Systems Part #17200 Customer Reviews

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3 Customer Reviews

1987 Jeep Cherokee Gibson Exhaust

Reviewed by Adam S (Kenmore, WA) — Feb 20, 2012 12:04 PM

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The exhaust system was suppost to fit perfectly and was about 6 inchs to short, i had to buy and another piece and two more clamps in order to hold them together. over all looks nice and sounds great, wasnt as easy as i'd like due to having to get another piece in order to complete

Gibson catback

Reviewed by Kenneth B (Farmington, NY) — Oct 22, 2011 7:20 PM

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

Everthing was included and fit good. I like the throaty sound. I only wish I had angled the Chrome tail piece out behind the rear wheel.

Clean Looking Pipe

Reviewed by Dario B (Herndon, VA) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Cherokee — Apr 03, 2009 8:51 PM

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful.

I needed a replacement exhaust for my Jeep since the factory one was shot, so I purchased this one for 265 shipped. For the money, I could'nt be happier. It's a pretty clean looking install (and easy), sounds really nice at idle with a deep gurgle, and under accelleration, and doesn't resonate in the cabin while cruising. Someone in an earlier review mentioned how the sound changed a few days after the install, and I have to agree. After about three days of daily driving the growling, rumbling sound has gotten a bit deeper. All in all a solid looking/performing exhaust that's fairly easy to get installed. The only issues I had when installing was getting old one off, adjusting the hanger to properly fit, and after fitting, I had to trim about 3 inches off the end of the pipe exiting out the rear; it was just too long and after the chrome tip was put on, it just looked awkward. I have also noted a slight increase in MPG, but not sure if this is also due to the fact that when I did the exhaust I also replaced rear leaf springs, all 4 shocks and 4 new tires... Overall, though, nice looking pipe.