JEGS Ball & Socket Exhaust Connectors allow a quick and easy way to remove the exhaust on your vehicle. Seals without any gaskets to blow-out or replace. Weld to your headers or anywhere in your exhaust system. Includes male and female half of joint with stainless band clamp and fastener. Available in same size (OD) or reducer (ID) styles and in aluminized or stainless steel. 1/pkg.
What Are The Top JEGS Ball & Socket Exhaust Pipe Connector Sizes?
The most popular size of JEGS ball and socket exhaust connector is 2 - 1/2 " ID to 2 - 1/2 " ID. The second most popular exhaust pipe connector is 3 " ID to 3 " ID. The 3 " ID to 2 - 1/2 " ID adapter pipe completes the top three list of ball and socket exhaust connector pipes.
How Much Do JEGS Ball & Socket Exhaust Pipe Connectors Cost?
Depending on the size, exhaust pipe connectors with ball and socket connections range in price from over $30 to around $50 each.
What Are The Main Benefits of JEGS Ball & Socket Exhaust Pipe Connectors?
The ball and socket design of exhaust pipe connectors offered by JEGS allows quick and easy removal of exhaust system components by simply loosening the included band clamp. This style of connection also doesn't require a gasket to seal.
How To Install JEGS Ball & Socket Exhaust Pipe Connectors
There are three pieces included with the JEGS ball and socket exhaust pipe connectors. These include a male and female ball and socket exhaust flange and a stainless steel band clamp that joins and seals them together. To install them, one half is welded to the header or a place in the exhaust system with a straight section. The other half is welded so that when they are joined, the exhaust system is secured and sealed at the joint. To complete the connection, the included ball and socket exhaust clamp is centered and tightened over the joint. The engine is then started to confirm there are no exhaust leaks.
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