I have the stock stuff from the h-pipe back...mufflers to tailpipes. They are in really good shape and were taken off at about 18K. Although, they were cut and would have to be welded back into one piece.
Howcome all the cutting? You guys trying to tell me that all these high-dollar h-pipes, and mega-buck cat-back systems that advertise as "no welding necessary" are overstating the ease of install?
muffler shops cannot get the entire piece of muffler to tail pipe over the axle w/o a little bit of cutting. Well, at least the impatient ones I have used...LOL. Ford builds them as one piece basically and puts the differential in after the factory catback is installed. Thus the difficulty in retreiving the stock exhaust in one piece.
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