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Old 06-08-2014, 02:22 AM
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Question glasspack set up

I have a 2003 4.7 v8 Dakota, I was going to put on a glass pack muffler. I was wondering how easy it is to install, and the best way to install it.
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Not hard. Got one on my 3.9

I took sawzall and cut the old one out and used 2 muffler clamps to hold the new one on.

I went to parts store and got guy behind counter to lookup an OEM muffler,
Then got him to check the inlet and outlet diameter,
Then got a glass pack with same dimensions. and 2 muffler clamps.

Loud though. Be sure to put the tail pipe all the way out from under the truck or you wont be able to hear yourself think.

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Easy peasy. You'll need a glasspack with a 2.5" inlet and a 2.5" outlet. When I had my durango I just put it on with muffler clamps. I'm sure you can get a muffler shop to weld it in for cheap. You'll probably need some makeup pipe though as well, which you'll need a 2.5" I/D to 2.5" O/D coupling to connect it to either end of your exhaust..
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