Dynomax 56066 Details
Replace your rusted, leaking tailpipe with a Dynomax tailpipe. Available in both universal and direct fit, they are made from aluminized steel for longer life. The universal tail pipes are available in two designs. One type has a 90° bend in them to route the exhaust out to the side. The other is designed to be used on Trucks from 1988-95 and 2004-10. The truck pipes for 2004-10 are made of 409 Stainless Steel. Both the direct replacement and universal tail pipes (except for 1988-95 Chevy/GMC trucks) have mandrel bends to eliminate exhaust flow restrictions found in factory pipes. Dynomax Replacement Tailpipes are to replace the original pipes in a Dynomax Exhaust System. Same design and quality as the original pipe.
Dynomax Replacement Tailpipes are to replace the original pipes in a Dynomax Exhaust System. Same design and quality as the original pipe.
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