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Old 10-24-2020, 08:55 PM #1
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Stock exhaust routing

Can someone take a picture of the factory exhaust route on their 3rd gen 4wd?

My truck had a crappy after market muffler and I had it removed. But now my exhaust hits the axle from time to time.

If you look near the upper control arm you can see the impact point.

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Here you go! Along with some measurements.
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Thanks man! You are my hero!


And sure enough, mine is routed completely wrong, it probably doesnt help my springs are sagging a bit.
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Watch right behind the Last cat the crossmember there. People remove the exhaust bracket on the cat flange and the exhaust will drop. Thus may rub your crossmember too. I had that happen on one.

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Yeah the exhaust is smacking the cross member too.

Also im jealous of that super clean undersize.

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And sure enough, mine is routed completely wrong, it probably doesnt help my springs are sagging a bit.
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Came upon this thread as I was having similar issues. Currently running bilsten 4600 with stock springs on a 2001 T4R with a MagnaFlow Overland Series Cat-Back Performance Exhaust System #19538. The lateral arm bolt of the lateral arm from the rear axle bangs into the exhaust system upon compression and it's starting to leave a dent (just like the OP). I had it installed at a shop and wasn't sure if the exhaust system was designed with a lift in mind or if the shop can adjust the exhaust to avoid the bolt. Anyone have the same experience?

Haven't had time to take it back to the shop to adjust since it's my only vehicle and I need it to get to work.

Thanks in advance.

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Came upon this thread as I was having similar issues. Currently running bilsten 4600 with stock springs on a 2001 T4R with a MagnaFlow Overland Series Cat-Back Performance Exhaust System #19538. The lateral arm bolt of the lateral arm from the rear axle bangs into the exhaust system upon compression and it's starting to leave a dent (just like the OP). I had it installed at a shop and wasn't sure if the exhaust system was designed with a lift in mind or if the shop can adjust the exhaust to avoid the bolt. Anyone have the same experience?

Haven't had time to take it back to the shop to adjust since it's my only vehicle and I need it to get to work.

Thanks in advance.
Hmmmm....my MF Overland kit bolted right up without interference and I usually cause all possible problems when doing things myself. I have a few pics on my computer here at work (where I installed it in the parking lot) & if you are looking for a specific angle I could take some. I wouldn't take it to a $hop, as this system in plug-n-play.....
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