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Old 02-03-2020, 09:05 PM #1
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My tail pipe just severed in half??

Yea im out of ideas at this point anyone got anything better? I was thinking chop the rusted/corroded ends off and fit a steel pipe around both ends and secure with exhaust clamps?
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Yea im out of ideas at this point anyone got anything better? I was thinking chop the rusted/corroded ends off and fit a steel pipe around both ends and secure with exhaust clamps?

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I had that happen up north with a lot of salt and corrosion

I did an internal pipe fitting and then used exhaust clamps on the outside.

Mine was more of a temporary fix to get it through state inspection. Eventually the frame rusted through.

Good luck with repair.
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I had that happen up north with a lot of salt and corrosion

I did an internal pipe fitting and then used exhaust clamps on the outside.

Mine was more of a temporary fix to get it through state inspection. Eventually the frame rusted through.

Good luck with repair.


what do you mean internal pipe fitting?
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what do you mean internal pipe fitting?
Maybe stick a pipe inside with the same outside diameter as the insider diameter of the exhaust and clamp it down....

"Rust never sleeps."
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Maybe stick a pipe inside with the same outside diameter as the insider diameter of the exhaust and clamp it down....

"Rust never sleeps."

Would putting a slightly bigger diameter over it and then clamping as well as exhaust “tape” or the film you heat gun on to not possibly leak and have a more firm connection
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Exhaust clamp might work. It looks straight
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Get a Walker cat-back and tail pipe. It was less than $300 in 2017 for a V8 and fits perfect, goes on in half an hour.
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Get a Walker cat-back and tail pipe. It was less than $300 in 2017 for a V8 and fits perfect, goes on in half an hour.
Wish I could do that but previous guy welded this part together so I would have to replace almost the entire exhaust
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Sadly, almost anything you do will not last without replacing the pipes. If you are looking to get through the winter then measure the ID of both pipes then go to your local auto parts store and get a 3" long pipe with the same OD of what you measured. Stick it in each pipe and put a pipe clamp on each pipe over where the 3" piece is. That should last awhile and should be less than a $20 to do.
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Was going to go with temp fix with a small extension pipe but opted for replacing muffler, tailpipe, and 2nd rear cat for around $340
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I would not go with any quick half way fix's with your exhaust system, if it leaks into your 4Runner it might not have a good ending.
You need it fixed right.
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I would not go with any quick half way fix's with your exhaust system, if it leaks into your 4Runner it might not have a good ending.
You need it fixed right.
are you referencing death?
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Sounds like a good price for what you got.
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