Exhaust Systems Made Easy These universal header dual exhaust kits feature aluminized tubing with free-flowing mandrel bends for longevity and maximum power, as well as side exit tailpipes for in front of the rear wheels. Straight and pre-bent tubes, clamps, reducers with flex tube and installation hardware are included (mufflers are not included).
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Is this kit side exit only or Is the description saying you can go side or out the rear?
Would this work for a 1998 chevy k1500 5.7l?
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