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Im looking for a 3.5 inch down pipe, because i have a 4 inch currently and with the manual transmission, it hits the frame and rattles. So i would like to find a 3.5 inch down pipe and a 3.5" to 4" adapter to mate it to the rest of my exhaust system.

I would also entertain the idea of just replacing the whole system, stainless with a 3.5" down pipe to 4" all the way back straight piped, or possibly with a muffler blank.


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Im looking for a 3.5 inch down pipe, because i have a 4 inch currently and with the manual transmission, it hits the frame and rattles. So i would like to find a 3.5 inch down pipe and a 3.5" to 4" adapter to mate it to the rest of my exhaust system.

I would also entertain the idea of just replacing the whole system, stainless with a 3.5" down pipe to 4" all the way back straight piped, or possibly with a muffler blank.


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We build a 2pc down pipe. It's not stainless, but it is 3.5" where it connects to the turbo. It's about 18" overall length of 3.5" then it meets whet 2nd piece of the down pipe, which is 4". Nice clean, and from under the truck it'll look like it's all 4". PS-6.0-TPMP is the part number, hopefully one of my dealers will chime in, and shoot ya a quote. Let me know if you have any other questions.


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