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Flange connection between cat and muffler

I have a 2004 V8. Where the pipe from the catalytic converter meets the pipe for the muffler, there are 2 flanges with spring bolts. Are the nuts an integral part of the flange (welded in place)? Or are they separate? Mine are so rusted I canít tell. If theyíre separate and not part of flange, I will cut the spring bolts And remove them. Thanks
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They are separate, cut them off and replace with new, Walker sells a kit.
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I have a 2004 V8. Where the pipe from the catalytic converter meets the pipe for the muffler, there are 2 flanges with spring bolts. Are the nuts an integral part of the flange (welded in place)? Or are they separate? ...
The factory exhaust has nuts welded to the flange. The rust away over time. Cut off what's left of them and just replace with regular nuts. Or buy a new y-pipe.
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