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Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.

Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Chad's LJ

Chad wanted to increase his LJ's exhaust flow without adding too much sound. We recommended a stainless steel 18" long Magnaflow muffler, which flows well but is not too loud thanks to its extra length. We began his exhaust at the flange behind the cat, then custom mandrel-bent a new muffler section and tailpipe using 2.5" 409SS. Since Chad's LJ has a larger fuel tank, we took special care to keep the tailpipe tucked-up without getting too close to the tank and shock absorber.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Brent's LJ

Brent already had a Flowmaster muffler on his Jeep, but needed a new tailpipe. We custom mandrel-bent this tailpipe from 2.5" 409SS, routing it carefully around the shock and fuel tank. We kept the tailpipe tucked-up high underneath the framerail, and trimmed the end to conform to the Jeep's departure angle.


Ethan's Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Ethan heard about us through the Colorado Fullsize Jeep Association. He has made many modifications to his Wagoneer, including a lift, engine work and fuel injection. However, his old catalytic converter was bad and he wanted to allow his engine to breathe better. So, he asked us to fabricate a new stainless steel exhaust.

This exhaust begins with a 2.5" Y-pipe that connects to the stock exhaust manifolds. The driver-side pipe bends under the engine, then connects to a 3" section at the end of the the passenger-side pipe. The heavy-duty 3" cat and Magnaflow muffler are tucked-up inside the framerails, then the 3" tailpipe is routed up and over the axle and along the side of the trailer hitch for maximum protection from rocks. This exhaust has a nice low tone without excessive noise, and Ethan reported a noticeable increase in power. Thanks, Ethan! 


Ethan's Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Ethan heard about us through the Colorado Fullsize Jeep Association. He has made many modifications to his Wagoneer, including a lift, engine work and fuel injection. However, his old catalytic converter was bad and he wanted to allow his engine to breathe better. So, he asked us to fabricate a new stainless steel exhaust.

This exhaust begins with a 2.5" Y-pipe that connects to the stock exhaust manifolds. The driver-side pipe bends under the engine, then connects to a 3" section at the end of the the passenger-side pipe. The heavy-duty 3" cat and Magnaflow muffler are tucked-up inside the framerails, then the 3" tailpipe is routed up and over the axle and along the side of the trailer hitch for maximum protection from rocks. This exhaust has a nice low tone without excessive noise, and Ethan reported a noticeable increase in power. Thanks, Ethan! 


Ethan's Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Ethan heard about us through the Colorado Fullsize Jeep Association. He has made many modifications to his Wagoneer, including a lift, engine work and fuel injection. However, his old catalytic converter was bad and he wanted to allow his engine to breathe better. So, he asked us to fabricate a new stainless steel exhaust.

This exhaust begins with a 2.5" Y-pipe that connects to the stock exhaust manifolds. The driver-side pipe bends under the engine, then connects to a 3" section at the end of the the passenger-side pipe. The heavy-duty 3" cat and Magnaflow muffler are tucked-up inside the framerails, then the 3" tailpipe is routed up and over the axle and along the side of the trailer hitch for maximum protection from rocks. This exhaust has a nice low tone without excessive noise, and Ethan reported a noticeable increase in power. Thanks, Ethan! 


Ethan's Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Ethan heard about us through the Colorado Fullsize Jeep Association. He has made many modifications to his Wagoneer, including a lift, engine work and fuel injection. However, his old catalytic converter was bad and he wanted to allow his engine to breathe better. So, he asked us to fabricate a new stainless steel exhaust.

This exhaust begins with a 2.5" Y-pipe that connects to the stock exhaust manifolds. The driver-side pipe bends under the engine, then connects to a 3" section at the end of the the passenger-side pipe. The heavy-duty 3" cat and Magnaflow muffler are tucked-up inside the framerails, then the 3" tailpipe is routed up and over the axle and along the side of the trailer hitch for maximum protection from rocks. This exhaust has a nice low tone without excessive noise, and Ethan reported a noticeable increase in power. Thanks, Ethan! 


Ethan's Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Ethan heard about us through the Colorado Fullsize Jeep Association. He has made many modifications to his Wagoneer, including a lift, engine work and fuel injection. However, his old catalytic converter was bad and he wanted to allow his engine to breathe better. So, he asked us to fabricate a new stainless steel exhaust.

This exhaust begins with a 2.5" Y-pipe that connects to the stock exhaust manifolds. The driver-side pipe bends under the engine, then connects to a 3" section at the end of the the passenger-side pipe. The heavy-duty 3" cat and Magnaflow muffler are tucked-up inside the framerails, then the 3" tailpipe is routed up and over the axle and along the side of the trailer hitch for maximum protection from rocks. This exhaust has a nice low tone without excessive noise, and Ethan reported a noticeable increase in power. Thanks, Ethan! 


Ethan's Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Ethan heard about us through the Colorado Fullsize Jeep Association. He has made many modifications to his Wagoneer, including a lift, engine work and fuel injection. However, his old catalytic converter was bad and he wanted to allow his engine to breathe better. So, he asked us to fabricate a new stainless steel exhaust.

This exhaust begins with a 2.5" Y-pipe that connects to the stock exhaust manifolds. The driver-side pipe bends under the engine, then connects to a 3" section at the end of the the passenger-side pipe. The heavy-duty 3" cat and Magnaflow muffler are tucked-up inside the framerails, then the 3" tailpipe is routed up and over the axle and along the side of the trailer hitch for maximum protection from rocks. This exhaust has a nice low tone without excessive noise, and Ethan reported a noticeable increase in power. Thanks, Ethan! 


Ethan's Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Ethan heard about us through the Colorado Fullsize Jeep Association. He has made many modifications to his Wagoneer, including a lift, engine work and fuel injection. However, his old catalytic converter was bad and he wanted to allow his engine to breathe better. So, he asked us to fabricate a new stainless steel exhaust.

This exhaust begins with a 2.5" Y-pipe that connects to the stock exhaust manifolds. The driver-side pipe bends under the engine, then connects to a 3" section at the end of the the passenger-side pipe. The heavy-duty 3" cat and Magnaflow muffler are tucked-up inside the framerails, then the 3" tailpipe is routed up and over the axle and along the side of the trailer hitch for maximum protection from rocks. This exhaust has a nice low tone without excessive noise, and Ethan reported a noticeable increase in power. Thanks, Ethan! 


Ethan's Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Ethan heard about us through the Colorado Fullsize Jeep Association. He has made many modifications to his Wagoneer, including a lift, engine work and fuel injection. However, his old catalytic converter was bad and he wanted to allow his engine to breathe better. So, he asked us to fabricate a new stainless steel exhaust.

This exhaust begins with a 2.5" Y-pipe that connects to the stock exhaust manifolds. The driver-side pipe bends under the engine, then connects to a 3" section at the end of the the passenger-side pipe. The heavy-duty 3" cat and Magnaflow muffler are tucked-up inside the framerails, then the 3" tailpipe is routed up and over the axle and along the side of the trailer hitch for maximum protection from rocks. This exhaust has a nice low tone without excessive noise, and Ethan reported a noticeable increase in power. Thanks, Ethan! 


Mike's Hemi-powered Jeep JK

When Mike swapped a Hemi into his JK, he needed to have a complete new exhaust made to fit the Jeep. Hearing about us through Colorado4x4.org, he emailed and described what he needed. After we emailed him a detailed estimate, he chose Hanksville to make this exhaust for him.

This exhaust begins with a custom mandrel-bent Y-pipe made from 2.5" aluminized tube. We welded two
high-flow Magnaflow spun cats into the Y-pipe, which was tucked as far up between the transmission pan and crossmember as possible. We cycled the suspension to ensure that the driveshaft did not touch the exhaust at full suspension droop.

The exhaust opens up to 3" aluminized tube at the point where the two halves of the Y-pipe join together. Mike chose a
stainless steel, 3" in/out Magnaflow race muffler. The exhaust then routes over the axle and panhard bar, under the sway bar and exits out the back.

This exhaust looks and sounds great, with a low and open tone but not too loud.


Mike's Hemi-powered Jeep JK

When Mike swapped a Hemi into his JK, he needed to have a complete new exhaust made to fit the Jeep. Hearing about us through Colorado4x4.org, he emailed and described what he needed. After we emailed him a detailed estimate, he chose Hanksville to make this exhaust for him.

This exhaust begins with a custom mandrel-bent Y-pipe made from 2.5" aluminized tube. We welded two
high-flow Magnaflow spun cats into the Y-pipe, which was tucked as far up between the transmission pan and crossmember as possible. We cycled the suspension to ensure that the driveshaft did not touch the exhaust at full suspension droop.

The exhaust opens up to 3" aluminized tube at the point where the two halves of the Y-pipe join together. Mike chose a
stainless steel, 3" in/out Magnaflow race muffler. The exhaust then routes over the axle and panhard bar, under the sway bar and exits out the back.

This exhaust looks and sounds great, with a low and open tone but not too loud.


Mike's Hemi-powered Jeep JK

When Mike swapped a Hemi into his JK, he needed to have a complete new exhaust made to fit the Jeep. Hearing about us through Colorado4x4.org, he emailed and described what he needed. After we emailed him a detailed estimate, he chose Hanksville to make this exhaust for him.

This exhaust begins with a custom mandrel-bent Y-pipe made from 2.5" aluminized tube. We welded two
high-flow Magnaflow spun cats into the Y-pipe, which was tucked as far up between the transmission pan and crossmember as possible. We cycled the suspension to ensure that the driveshaft did not touch the exhaust at full suspension droop.

The exhaust opens up to 3" aluminized tube at the point where the two halves of the Y-pipe join together. Mike chose a
stainless steel, 3" in/out Magnaflow race muffler. The exhaust then routes over the axle and panhard bar, under the sway bar and exits out the back.

This exhaust looks and sounds great, with a low and open tone but not too loud.


Mike's Hemi-powered Jeep JK

When Mike swapped a Hemi into his JK, he needed to have a complete new exhaust made to fit the Jeep. Hearing about us through Colorado4x4.org, he emailed and described what he needed. After we emailed him a detailed estimate, he chose Hanksville to make this exhaust for him.

This exhaust begins with a custom mandrel-bent Y-pipe made from 2.5" aluminized tube. We welded two
high-flow Magnaflow spun cats into the Y-pipe, which was tucked as far up between the transmission pan and crossmember as possible. We cycled the suspension to ensure that the driveshaft did not touch the exhaust at full suspension droop.

The exhaust opens up to 3" aluminized tube at the point where the two halves of the Y-pipe join together. Mike chose a
stainless steel, 3" in/out Magnaflow race muffler. The exhaust then routes over the axle and panhard bar, under the sway bar and exits out the back.

This exhaust looks and sounds great, with a low and open tone but not too loud.


Mike's Hemi-powered Jeep JK

When Mike swapped a Hemi into his JK, he needed to have a complete new exhaust made to fit the Jeep. Hearing about us through Colorado4x4.org, he emailed and described what he needed. After we emailed him a detailed estimate, he chose Hanksville to make this exhaust for him.

This exhaust begins with a custom mandrel-bent Y-pipe made from 2.5" aluminized tube. We welded two
high-flow Magnaflow spun cats into the Y-pipe, which was tucked as far up between the transmission pan and crossmember as possible. We cycled the suspension to ensure that the driveshaft did not touch the exhaust at full suspension droop.

The exhaust opens up to 3" aluminized tube at the point where the two halves of the Y-pipe join together. Mike chose a
stainless steel, 3" in/out Magnaflow race muffler. The exhaust then routes over the axle and panhard bar, under the sway bar and exits out the back.

This exhaust looks and sounds great, with a low and open tone but not too loud.


Mike's Hemi-powered Jeep JK

When Mike swapped a Hemi into his JK, he needed to have a complete new exhaust made to fit the Jeep. Hearing about us through Colorado4x4.org, he emailed and described what he needed. After we emailed him a detailed estimate, he chose Hanksville to make this exhaust for him.

This exhaust begins with a custom mandrel-bent Y-pipe made from 2.5" aluminized tube. We welded two
high-flow Magnaflow spun cats into the Y-pipe, which was tucked as far up between the transmission pan and crossmember as possible. We cycled the suspension to ensure that the driveshaft did not touch the exhaust at full suspension droop.

The exhaust opens up to 3" aluminized tube at the point where the two halves of the Y-pipe join together. Mike chose a
stainless steel, 3" in/out Magnaflow race muffler. The exhaust then routes over the axle and panhard bar, under the sway bar and exits out the back.

This exhaust looks and sounds great, with a low and open tone but not too loud.


Mike's Hemi-powered Jeep JK

When Mike swapped a Hemi into his JK, he needed to have a complete new exhaust made to fit the Jeep. Hearing about us through Colorado4x4.org, he emailed and described what he needed. After we emailed him a detailed estimate, he chose Hanksville to make this exhaust for him.

This exhaust begins with a custom mandrel-bent Y-pipe made from 2.5" aluminized tube. We welded two
high-flow Magnaflow spun cats into the Y-pipe, which was tucked as far up between the transmission pan and crossmember as possible. We cycled the suspension to ensure that the driveshaft did not touch the exhaust at full suspension droop.

The exhaust opens up to 3" aluminized tube at the point where the two halves of the Y-pipe join together. Mike chose a
stainless steel, 3" in/out Magnaflow race muffler. The exhaust then routes over the axle and panhard bar, under the sway bar and exits out the back.

This exhaust looks and sounds great, with a low and open tone but not too loud.


Ryan's Jeep JK

Ryan has made some nice modifications to his Jeep, and wanted to give it a nicer sound. He liked the exhaust that we installed on Kelly's JK (scroll down this page), so we made one for him. This exhaust features 2.5" 409SS tube, and uses a Magnaflow muffler. We custom mandrel-bent the tailpipe, which uses four bends to route it over the axle and panhard bar, then down below the sway bar. This exhaust has a nice throaty sound that is not ricey and not too loud. It is also tucked-up out of the way of rocks and other obstacles.


Ryan's Jeep JK

Ryan has made some nice modifications to his Jeep, and wanted to give it a nicer sound. He liked the exhaust that we installed on Kelly's JK (scroll down this page), so we made one for him. This exhaust features 2.5" 409SS tube, and uses a Magnaflow muffler. We custom mandrel-bent the tailpipe, which uses four bends to route it over the axle and panhard bar, then down below the sway bar. This exhaust has a nice throaty sound that is not ricey and not too loud. It is also tucked-up out of the way of rocks and other obstacles.


Ryan's Jeep JK

Ryan has made some nice modifications to his Jeep, and wanted to give it a nicer sound. He liked the exhaust that we installed on Kelly's JK (scroll down this page), so we made one for him. This exhaust features 2.5" 409SS tube, and uses a Magnaflow muffler. We custom mandrel-bent the tailpipe, which uses four bends to route it over the axle and panhard bar, then down below the sway bar. This exhaust has a nice throaty sound that is not ricey and not too loud. It is also tucked-up out of the way of rocks and other obstacles.


Ryan's Jeep JK

Ryan has made some nice modifications to his Jeep, and wanted to give it a nicer sound. He liked the exhaust that we installed on Kelly's JK (scroll down this page), so we made one for him. This exhaust features 2.5" 409SS tube, and uses a Magnaflow muffler. We custom mandrel-bent the tailpipe, which uses four bends to route it over the axle and panhard bar, then down below the sway bar. This exhaust has a nice throaty sound that is not ricey and not too loud. It is also tucked-up out of the way of rocks and other obstacles.


Ryan's Jeep JK

Ryan has made some nice modifications to his Jeep, and wanted to give it a nicer sound. He liked the exhaust that we installed on Kelly's JK (scroll down this page), so we made one for him. This exhaust features 2.5" 409SS tube, and uses a Magnaflow muffler. We custom mandrel-bent the tailpipe, which uses four bends to route it over the axle and panhard bar, then down below the sway bar. This exhaust has a nice throaty sound that is not ricey and not too loud. It is also tucked-up out of the way of rocks and other obstacles.


Ryan's Jeep JK

Ryan has made some nice modifications to his Jeep, and wanted to give it a nicer sound. He liked the exhaust that we installed on Kelly's JK (scroll down this page), so we made one for him. This exhaust features 2.5" 409SS tube, and uses a Magnaflow muffler. We custom mandrel-bent the tailpipe, which uses four bends to route it over the axle and panhard bar, then down below the sway bar. This exhaust has a nice throaty sound that is not ricey and not too loud. It is also tucked-up out of the way of rocks and other obstacles.


Ryan's Jeep JK

Ryan has made some nice modifications to his Jeep, and wanted to give it a nicer sound. He liked the exhaust that we installed on Kelly's JK (scroll down this page), so we made one for him. This exhaust features 2.5" 409SS tube, and uses a Magnaflow muffler. We custom mandrel-bent the tailpipe, which uses four bends to route it over the axle and panhard bar, then down below the sway bar. This exhaust has a nice throaty sound that is not ricey and not too loud. It is also tucked-up out of the way of rocks and other obstacles.


Ryan's Jeep JK

Ryan has made some nice modifications to his Jeep, and wanted to give it a nicer sound. He liked the exhaust that we installed on Kelly's JK (scroll down this page), so we made one for him. This exhaust features 2.5" 409SS tube, and uses a Magnaflow muffler. We custom mandrel-bent the tailpipe, which uses four bends to route it over the axle and panhard bar, then down below the sway bar. This exhaust has a nice throaty sound that is not ricey and not too loud. It is also tucked-up out of the way of rocks and other obstacles.


Matt's Jeep Cherokee

The old exhaust on Matt's Cherokee was getting tired, with a cracked factory manifold and broken tailpipe hanger. So, after he added a new header, Matt asked us to fabricate a new exhaust for this nicely modified Jeep.

Beginning from the new header flange, we custom-mandrel-bent the 2.5" stainless steel tube to route close to the bell housing in order to clear the front driveshaft. We then tucked the tube close to the transmission and up over the skid plate. After the exhaust exits the new catalytic converter and Magnaflow muffler, it is routed up and over the rear axle, around the fuel tank and just below the rear framerail to allow for better ground clearance. We angle-cut the tailpipe to keep it safe from rocks and other obstacles on the trail.


Matt's Jeep Cherokee

The old exhaust on Matt's Cherokee was getting tired, with a cracked factory manifold and broken tailpipe hanger. So, after he added a new header, Matt asked us to fabricate a new exhaust for this nicely modified Jeep.

Beginning from the new header flange, we custom-mandrel-bent the 2.5" stainless steel tube to route close to the bell housing in order to clear the front driveshaft. We then tucked the tube close to the transmission and up over the skid plate. After the exhaust exits the new catalytic converter and Magnaflow muffler, it is routed up and over the rear axle, around the fuel tank and just below the rear framerail to allow for better ground clearance. We angle-cut the tailpipe to keep it safe from rocks and other obstacles on the trail.


Matt's Jeep Cherokee

The old exhaust on Matt's Cherokee was getting tired, with a cracked factory manifold and broken tailpipe hanger. So, after he added a new header, Matt asked us to fabricate a new exhaust for this nicely modified Jeep.

Beginning from the new header flange, we custom-mandrel-bent the 2.5" stainless steel tube to route close to the bell housing in order to clear the front driveshaft. We then tucked the tube close to the transmission and up over the skid plate. After the exhaust exits the new catalytic converter and Magnaflow muffler, it is routed up and over the rear axle, around the fuel tank and just below the rear framerail to allow for better ground clearance. We angle-cut the tailpipe to keep it safe from rocks and other obstacles on the trail.


Matt's Jeep Cherokee

The old exhaust on Matt's Cherokee was getting tired, with a cracked factory manifold and broken tailpipe hanger. So, after he added a new header, Matt asked us to fabricate a new exhaust for this nicely modified Jeep.

Beginning from the new header flange, we custom-mandrel-bent the 2.5" stainless steel tube to route close to the bell housing in order to clear the front driveshaft. We then tucked the tube close to the transmission and up over the skid plate. After the exhaust exits the new catalytic converter and Magnaflow muffler, it is routed up and over the rear axle, around the fuel tank and just below the rear framerail to allow for better ground clearance. We angle-cut the tailpipe to keep it safe from rocks and other obstacles on the trail.


Matt's Jeep Cherokee

The old exhaust on Matt's Cherokee was getting tired, with a cracked factory manifold and broken tailpipe hanger. So, after he added a new header, Matt asked us to fabricate a new exhaust for this nicely modified Jeep.

Beginning from the new header flange, we custom-mandrel-bent the 2.5" stainless steel tube to route close to the bell housing in order to clear the front driveshaft. We then tucked the tube close to the transmission and up over the skid plate. After the exhaust exits the new catalytic converter and Magnaflow muffler, it is routed up and over the rear axle, around the fuel tank and just below the rear framerail to allow for better ground clearance. We angle-cut the tailpipe to keep it safe from rocks and other obstacles on the trail.


Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.



Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.




Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.






Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.



Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Chris' Jeep YJ

Chris' YJ is powered by a small-block Chevy engine and is lifted on leaf springs. After hearing about Hanksville Hot Rods on Colorado4x4.org, Chris brought his Jeep to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

We discussed various exhaust configuration options, and Chris decided to have us build a dual exhaust which would better support his future planned engine modifications. We recommended 2.5" exhuast tube, Magnaflow spun metallic-core catalytic converters and a Magnaflow dual in/dual out  4"x9" muffler which would flow well but still fit nicely on the passenger side of the Jeep. Chris chose to use stainless steel tube for longer life, especially in the event of stream crossings on the trail. After the muffler, the tailpipes extend toward the rear of the Jeep and exit out the corners of the quarterpanels, up and out of the way of the rocks and other obstacles.

While the Jeep was at Hanksville, Chris asked us to fabricate a sheetmetal transmission cover, which was made from 18 gauge mild steel. We also fabricated frame tie-ins for his existing cage from DOM tube welded to the existing cage plates and to 1/8" plates welded to the frame. Another project involved modifying Chris' existing transmission crossmember by custom-bending two 1"x1" U-bends to allow room for the front driveshaft, and fabricating a new crossmember for his doubler from DOM tube and 1.5" bushings and tabs welded to the frame.





Robert's CJ7

Robert’s CJ7 is powered by an AMC 304 V8. It also has a built rear suspension with triangulated contol arms, which limit the space available for the exhaust. When Robert brought his Jeep to Hanksville Hot Rods, we placed the CJ7 on our lift and strategized with him. His goal was to have a durable exhaust that would handle the rigors of rock crawling, and did not mind smaller mufflers if they helped the exhaust to fit better.

After looking at the space available for the pipes, we realized that the short wheelbase, coupled with the location of the upper and lower control arms, did not leave as much space for a Y-pipe as most suspension setups. Therefore, we recommended a dual exhaust that would not require a Y-pipe. Instead, the dual pipes would be routed rearward and join with two transversely-mounted mufflers located beneath the rear of the Jeep. This setup maximized space for suspension travel.

After routing the pipes around the transmission and transfer case, we kept them parallel to the upper control arms and then added mandrel bends to turn the pipes upward and inward to the mufflers. We used stainless steel band clamps to enable the front sections of the exhaust to be removed separately from the rear sections. We chose stainless steel Vibrant resonator mufflers due to their small size. The mufflers are attached together via welded tabs and bolts with locknuts, keeping them secure and eliminating the possibility of rattling. Since the mufflers are made from 304 stainless steel, we TIG welded all of the welds on the mufflers.

After the mufflers, the tailpipes closely follow the underside of the body and exit just in front of the rear crossmember. We measured the upward travel of the rear suspension to ensure that there would be adequate room for both tailpipes.

Robert took the Jeep on a wheeling trip the weekend after the exhaust was finished. We called him the next Monday to see how it worked, and we were happy to hear that the exhaust performed well. Thanks for the opportunity to help you, Robert!



Robert's CJ7

Robert’s CJ7 is powered by an AMC 304 V8. It also has a built rear suspension with triangulated contol arms, which limit the space available for the exhaust. When Robert brought his Jeep to Hanksville Hot Rods, we placed the CJ7 on our lift and strategized with him. His goal was to have a durable exhaust that would handle the rigors of rock crawling, and did not mind smaller mufflers if they helped the exhaust to fit better.

After looking at the space available for the pipes, we realized that the short wheelbase, coupled with the location of the upper and lower control arms, did not leave as much space for a Y-pipe as most suspension setups. Therefore, we recommended a dual exhaust that would not require a Y-pipe. Instead, the dual pipes would be routed rearward and join with two transversely-mounted mufflers located beneath the rear of the Jeep. This setup maximized space for suspension travel.

After routing the pipes around the transmission and transfer case, we kept them parallel to the upper control arms and then added mandrel bends to turn the pipes upward and inward to the mufflers. We used stainless steel band clamps to enable the front sections of the exhaust to be removed separately from the rear sections. We chose stainless steel Vibrant resonator mufflers due to their small size. The mufflers are attached together via welded tabs and bolts with locknuts, keeping them secure and eliminating the possibility of rattling. Since the mufflers are made from 304 stainless steel, we TIG welded all of the welds on the mufflers.

After the mufflers, the tailpipes closely follow the underside of the body and exit just in front of the rear crossmember. We measured the upward travel of the rear suspension to ensure that there would be adequate room for both tailpipes.

Robert took the Jeep on a wheeling trip the weekend after the exhaust was finished. We called him the next Monday to see how it worked, and we were happy to hear that the exhaust performed well. Thanks for the opportunity to help you, Robert!



Robert's CJ7

Robert’s CJ7 is powered by an AMC 304 V8. It also has a built rear suspension with triangulated contol arms, which limit the space available for the exhaust. When Robert brought his Jeep to Hanksville Hot Rods, we placed the CJ7 on our lift and strategized with him. His goal was to have a durable exhaust that would handle the rigors of rock crawling, and did not mind smaller mufflers if they helped the exhaust to fit better.

After looking at the space available for the pipes, we realized that the short wheelbase, coupled with the location of the upper and lower control arms, did not leave as much space for a Y-pipe as most suspension setups. Therefore, we recommended a dual exhaust that would not require a Y-pipe. Instead, the dual pipes would be routed rearward and join with two transversely-mounted mufflers located beneath the rear of the Jeep. This setup maximized space for suspension travel.

After routing the pipes around the transmission and transfer case, we kept them parallel to the upper control arms and then added mandrel bends to turn the pipes upward and inward to the mufflers. We used stainless steel band clamps to enable the front sections of the exhaust to be removed separately from the rear sections. We chose stainless steel Vibrant resonator mufflers due to their small size. The mufflers are attached together via welded tabs and bolts with locknuts, keeping them secure and eliminating the possibility of rattling. Since the mufflers are made from 304 stainless steel, we TIG welded all of the welds on the mufflers.

After the mufflers, the tailpipes closely follow the underside of the body and exit just in front of the rear crossmember. We measured the upward travel of the rear suspension to ensure that there would be adequate room for both tailpipes.

Robert took the Jeep on a wheeling trip the weekend after the exhaust was finished. We called him the next Monday to see how it worked, and we were happy to hear that the exhaust performed well. Thanks for the opportunity to help you, Robert!



Robert's CJ7

Robert’s CJ7 is powered by an AMC 304 V8. It also has a built rear suspension with triangulated contol arms, which limit the space available for the exhaust. When Robert brought his Jeep to Hanksville Hot Rods, we placed the CJ7 on our lift and strategized with him. His goal was to have a durable exhaust that would handle the rigors of rock crawling, and did not mind smaller mufflers if they helped the exhaust to fit better.

After looking at the space available for the pipes, we realized that the short wheelbase, coupled with the location of the upper and lower control arms, did not leave as much space for a Y-pipe as most suspension setups. Therefore, we recommended a dual exhaust that would not require a Y-pipe. Instead, the dual pipes would be routed rearward and join with two transversely-mounted mufflers located beneath the rear of the Jeep. This setup maximized space for suspension travel.

After routing the pipes around the transmission and transfer case, we kept them parallel to the upper control arms and then added mandrel bends to turn the pipes upward and inward to the mufflers. We used stainless steel band clamps to enable the front sections of the exhaust to be removed separately from the rear sections. We chose stainless steel Vibrant resonator mufflers due to their small size. The mufflers are attached together via welded tabs and bolts with locknuts, keeping them secure and eliminating the possibility of rattling. Since the mufflers are made from 304 stainless steel, we TIG welded all of the welds on the mufflers.

After the mufflers, the tailpipes closely follow the underside of the body and exit just in front of the rear crossmember. We measured the upward travel of the rear suspension to ensure that there would be adequate room for both tailpipes.

Robert took the Jeep on a wheeling trip the weekend after the exhaust was finished. We called him the next Monday to see how it worked, and we were happy to hear that the exhaust performed well. Thanks for the opportunity to help you, Robert!



Robert's CJ7

Robert’s CJ7 is powered by an AMC 304 V8. It also has a built rear suspension with triangulated contol arms, which limit the space available for the exhaust. When Robert brought his Jeep to Hanksville Hot Rods, we placed the CJ7 on our lift and strategized with him. His goal was to have a durable exhaust that would handle the rigors of rock crawling, and did not mind smaller mufflers if they helped the exhaust to fit better.

After looking at the space available for the pipes, we realized that the short wheelbase, coupled with the location of the upper and lower control arms, did not leave as much space for a Y-pipe as most suspension setups. Therefore, we recommended a dual exhaust that would not require a Y-pipe. Instead, the dual pipes would be routed rearward and join with two transversely-mounted mufflers located beneath the rear of the Jeep. This setup maximized space for suspension travel.

After routing the pipes around the transmission and transfer case, we kept them parallel to the upper control arms and then added mandrel bends to turn the pipes upward and inward to the mufflers. We used stainless steel band clamps to enable the front sections of the exhaust to be removed separately from the rear sections. We chose stainless steel Vibrant resonator mufflers due to their small size. The mufflers are attached together via welded tabs and bolts with locknuts, keeping them secure and eliminating the possibility of rattling. Since the mufflers are made from 304 stainless steel, we TIG welded all of the welds on the mufflers.

After the mufflers, the tailpipes closely follow the underside of the body and exit just in front of the rear crossmember. We measured the upward travel of the rear suspension to ensure that there would be adequate room for both tailpipes.

Robert took the Jeep on a wheeling trip the weekend after the exhaust was finished. We called him the next Monday to see how it worked, and we were happy to hear that the exhaust performed well. Thanks for the opportunity to help you, Robert!



Robert's CJ7

Robert’s CJ7 is powered by an AMC 304 V8. It also has a built rear suspension with triangulated contol arms, which limit the space available for the exhaust. When Robert brought his Jeep to Hanksville Hot Rods, we placed the CJ7 on our lift and strategized with him. His goal was to have a durable exhaust that would handle the rigors of rock crawling, and did not mind smaller mufflers if they helped the exhaust to fit better.

After looking at the space available for the pipes, we realized that the short wheelbase, coupled with the location of the upper and lower control arms, did not leave as much space for a Y-pipe as most suspension setups. Therefore, we recommended a dual exhaust that would not require a Y-pipe. Instead, the dual pipes would be routed rearward and join with two transversely-mounted mufflers located beneath the rear of the Jeep. This setup maximized space for suspension travel.

After routing the pipes around the transmission and transfer case, we kept them parallel to the upper control arms and then added mandrel bends to turn the pipes upward and inward to the mufflers. We used stainless steel band clamps to enable the front sections of the exhaust to be removed separately from the rear sections. We chose stainless steel Vibrant resonator mufflers due to their small size. The mufflers are attached together via welded tabs and bolts with locknuts, keeping them secure and eliminating the possibility of rattling. Since the mufflers are made from 304 stainless steel, we TIG welded all of the welds on the mufflers.

After the mufflers, the tailpipes closely follow the underside of the body and exit just in front of the rear crossmember. We measured the upward travel of the rear suspension to ensure that there would be adequate room for both tailpipes.

Robert took the Jeep on a wheeling trip the weekend after the exhaust was finished. We called him the next Monday to see how it worked, and we were happy to hear that the exhaust performed well. Thanks for the opportunity to help you, Robert!



Robert's CJ7

Robert’s CJ7 is powered by an AMC 304 V8. It also has a built rear suspension with triangulated contol arms, which limit the space available for the exhaust. When Robert brought his Jeep to Hanksville Hot Rods, we placed the CJ7 on our lift and strategized with him. His goal was to have a durable exhaust that would handle the rigors of rock crawling, and did not mind smaller mufflers if they helped the exhaust to fit better.

After looking at the space available for the pipes, we realized that the short wheelbase, coupled with the location of the upper and lower control arms, did not leave as much space for a Y-pipe as most suspension setups. Therefore, we recommended a dual exhaust that would not require a Y-pipe. Instead, the dual pipes would be routed rearward and join with two transversely-mounted mufflers located beneath the rear of the Jeep. This setup maximized space for suspension travel.

After routing the pipes around the transmission and transfer case, we kept them parallel to the upper control arms and then added mandrel bends to turn the pipes upward and inward to the mufflers. We used stainless steel band clamps to enable the front sections of the exhaust to be removed separately from the rear sections. We chose stainless steel Vibrant resonator mufflers due to their small size. The mufflers are attached together via welded tabs and bolts with locknuts, keeping them secure and eliminating the possibility of rattling. Since the mufflers are made from 304 stainless steel, we TIG welded all of the welds on the mufflers.

After the mufflers, the tailpipes closely follow the underside of the body and exit just in front of the rear crossmember. We measured the upward travel of the rear suspension to ensure that there would be adequate room for both tailpipes.

Robert took the Jeep on a wheeling trip the weekend after the exhaust was finished. We called him the next Monday to see how it worked, and we were happy to hear that the exhaust performed well. Thanks for the opportunity to help you, Robert!



Robert's CJ7

Robert’s CJ7 is powered by an AMC 304 V8. It also has a built rear suspension with triangulated contol arms, which limit the space available for the exhaust. When Robert brought his Jeep to Hanksville Hot Rods, we placed the CJ7 on our lift and strategized with him. His goal was to have a durable exhaust that would handle the rigors of rock crawling, and did not mind smaller mufflers if they helped the exhaust to fit better.

After looking at the space available for the pipes, we realized that the short wheelbase, coupled with the location of the upper and lower control arms, did not leave as much space for a Y-pipe as most suspension setups. Therefore, we recommended a dual exhaust that would not require a Y-pipe. Instead, the dual pipes would be routed rearward and join with two transversely-mounted mufflers located beneath the rear of the Jeep. This setup maximized space for suspension travel.

After routing the pipes around the transmission and transfer case, we kept them parallel to the upper control arms and then added mandrel bends to turn the pipes upward and inward to the mufflers. We used stainless steel band clamps to enable the front sections of the exhaust to be removed separately from the rear sections. We chose stainless steel Vibrant resonator mufflers due to their small size. The mufflers are attached together via welded tabs and bolts with locknuts, keeping them secure and eliminating the possibility of rattling. Since the mufflers are made from 304 stainless steel, we TIG welded all of the welds on the mufflers.

After the mufflers, the tailpipes closely follow the underside of the body and exit just in front of the rear crossmember. We measured the upward travel of the rear suspension to ensure that there would be adequate room for both tailpipes.

Robert took the Jeep on a wheeling trip the weekend after the exhaust was finished. We called him the next Monday to see how it worked, and we were happy to hear that the exhaust performed well. Thanks for the opportunity to help you, Robert!



Michael's Sahara

Michael has added a lift kit, heavy-duty winch bumper, and a nice wheel and tire combo to his great-looking Jeep. He wanted to add some power and a little rumble to his Jeep, so he came to us for a custom cat-back exhaust.

After discussing the sound level and look he wanted for his Jeep, we suggested a single-inlet/dual-outlet Magnaflow muffler mounted transversely in the stock location in front of the rear bumper. We added extra bends and tucked the muffler up to give the rear of the Jeep a cleaner appearance. After some deliberation, Michael chose oval Magnaflow tips, which we mounted under the stock bumper. These tips really give the Jeep a custom look which attentuates the other mods that Michael has added to his Jeep.



Michael's Sahara

Michael has added a lift kit, heavy-duty winch bumper, and a nice wheel and tire combo to his great-looking Jeep. He wanted to add some power and a little rumble to his Jeep, so he came to us for a custom cat-back exhaust.

After discussing the sound level and look he wanted for his Jeep, we suggested a single-inlet/dual-outlet Magnaflow muffler mounted transversely in the stock location in front of the rear bumper. We added extra bends and tucked the muffler up to give the rear of the Jeep a cleaner appearance. After some deliberation, Michael chose oval Magnaflow tips, which we mounted under the stock bumper. These tips really give the Jeep a custom look which attentuates the other mods that Michael has added to his Jeep.



Michael's Sahara

Michael has added a lift kit, heavy-duty winch bumper, and a nice wheel and tire combo to his great-looking Jeep. He wanted to add some power and a little rumble to his Jeep, so he came to us for a custom cat-back exhaust.

After discussing the sound level and look he wanted for his Jeep, we suggested a single-inlet/dual-outlet Magnaflow muffler mounted transversely in the stock location in front of the rear bumper. We added extra bends and tucked the muffler up to give the rear of the Jeep a cleaner appearance. After some deliberation, Michael chose oval Magnaflow tips, which we mounted under the stock bumper. These tips really give the Jeep a custom look which attentuates the other mods that Michael has added to his Jeep.



Scott's Jeep LJ

After installing a small-block Chevy in his LJ, Scott asked us to install a custom exhaust. We first fabricated a custom Y-pipe and installed a Magnaflow high-flow cat and muffler, then fitted a custom-mandrel-bent tailpipe. The tailpipe was routed close to the floor for maximum clearance over the axle.



Scott's Jeep LJ

After installing a small-block Chevy in his LJ, Scott asked us to install a custom exhaust. We first fabricated a custom Y-pipe and installed a Magnaflow high-flow cat and muffler, then fitted a custom-mandrel-bent tailpipe. The tailpipe was routed close to the floor for maximum clearance over the axle.




Scott's Jeep LJ

After installing a small-block Chevy in his LJ, Scott asked us to install a custom exhaust. We first fabricated a custom Y-pipe and installed a Magnaflow high-flow cat and muffler, then fitted a custom-mandrel-bent tailpipe. The tailpipe was routed close to the floor for maximum clearance over the axle.




Scott's Jeep LJ

After installing a small-block Chevy in his LJ, Scott asked us to install a custom exhaust. We first fabricated a custom Y-pipe and installed a Magnaflow high-flow cat and muffler, then fitted a custom-mandrel-bent tailpipe. The tailpipe was routed close to the floor for maximum clearance over the axle.




Scott's Jeep LJ

After installing a small-block Chevy in his LJ, Scott asked us to install a custom exhaust. We first fabricated a custom Y-pipe and installed a Magnaflow high-flow cat and muffler, then fitted a custom-mandrel-bent tailpipe. The tailpipe was routed close to the floor for maximum clearance over the axle.




Kelly's Jeep Rubicon

Kelly, from Red Rock Fabrication, brought this Jeep JK to us after installing the Rubicon Express suspension lift with relocated rear control arms. We were happy to help out with this project, as it was the first JK we have had an opportunity to work on. After removing the factory cat-back exhaust, we fitted the Magnaflow 2.5" in/out muffler to the factory Y-pipe, and then custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipe. The bends in the tailpipe allow for clearance over the rear axle, and the relocated muffler will allow Kelly to install an under-the-bumper winch where the factory muffler used to reside.



Kelly's Jeep Rubicon

Kelly, from Red Rock Fabrication, brought this Jeep JK to us after installing the Rubicon Express suspension lift with relocated rear control arms. We were happy to help out with this project, as it was the first JK we have had an opportunity to work on. After removing the factory cat-back exhaust, we fitted the Magnaflow 2.5" in/out muffler to the factory Y-pipe, and then custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipe. The bends in the tailpipe allow for clearance over the rear axle, and the relocated muffler will allow Kelly to install an under-the-bumper winch where the factory muffler used to reside.




Kelly's Jeep Rubicon

Kelly, from Red Rock Fabrication, brought this Jeep JK to us after installing the Rubicon Express suspension lift with relocated rear control arms. We were happy to help out with this project, as it was the first JK we have had an opportunity to work on. After removing the factory cat-back exhaust, we fitted the Magnaflow 2.5" in/out muffler to the factory Y-pipe, and then custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipe. The bends in the tailpipe allow for clearance over the rear axle, and the relocated muffler will allow Kelly to install an under-the-bumper winch where the factory muffler used to reside.



Kelly's Jeep Rubicon

Kelly, from Red Rock Fabrication, brought this Jeep JK to us after installing the Rubicon Express suspension lift with relocated rear control arms. We were happy to help out with this project, as it was the first JK we have had an opportunity to work on. After removing the factory cat-back exhaust, we fitted the Magnaflow 2.5" in/out muffler to the factory Y-pipe, and then custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipe. The bends in the tailpipe allow for clearance over the rear axle, and the relocated muffler will allow Kelly to install an under-the-bumper winch where the factory muffler used to reside.



Jen's Jeep Commando

Jen recently pm’d us on Colorado4x4.org, saying that she and Matt were building a new rig for her. This highly-modified Commando was built in their garage, and features axle swaps, a Chevy V8 conversion, and alot of strengthening to the frame. We custom-mandrel-bent a new exhaust using a Magnaflow 4" round muffler, a custom Y-pipe with extra bends to clear the bellhousing and shift linkage, and extra bends to clear the rear suspension control arms and fuel cell.

We were happy to hear a friend of Jen’s say that this was the best exhaust he had ever seen under a Jeep. We were even happier to hear that the exhaust has survived several trips out on the trail!



Jen's Jeep Commando

Jen recently pm’d us on Colorado4x4.org, saying that she and Matt were building a new rig for her. This highly-modified Commando was built in their garage, and features axle swaps, a Chevy V8 conversion, and alot of strengthening to the frame. We custom-mandrel-bent a new exhaust using a Magnaflow 4" round muffler, a custom Y-pipe with extra bends to clear the bellhousing and shift linkage, and extra bends to clear the rear suspension control arms and fuel cell.

We were happy to hear a friend of Jen’s say that this was the best exhaust he had ever seen under a Jeep. We were even happier to hear that the exhaust has survived several trips out on the trail!



Jen's Jeep Commando

Jen recently pm’d us on Colorado4x4.org, saying that she and Matt were building a new rig for her. This highly-modified Commando was built in their garage, and features axle swaps, a Chevy V8 conversion, and alot of strengthening to the frame. We custom-mandrel-bent a new exhaust using a Magnaflow 4" round muffler, a custom Y-pipe with extra bends to clear the bellhousing and shift linkage, and extra bends to clear the rear suspension control arms and fuel cell.

We were happy to hear a friend of Jen’s say that this was the best exhaust he had ever seen under a Jeep. We were even happier to hear that the exhaust has survived several trips out on the trail!



Jen's Jeep Commando

Jen recently pm’d us on Colorado4x4.org, saying that she and Matt were building a new rig for her. This highly-modified Commando was built in their garage, and features axle swaps, a Chevy V8 conversion, and alot of strengthening to the frame. We custom-mandrel-bent a new exhaust using a Magnaflow 4" round muffler, a custom Y-pipe with extra bends to clear the bellhousing and shift linkage, and extra bends to clear the rear suspension control arms and fuel cell.

We were happy to hear a friend of Jen’s say that this was the best exhaust he had ever seen under a Jeep. We were even happier to hear that the exhaust has survived several trips out on the trail!



Jen's Jeep Commando

Jen recently pm’d us on Colorado4x4.org, saying that she and Matt were building a new rig for her. This highly-modified Commando was built in their garage, and features axle swaps, a Chevy V8 conversion, and alot of strengthening to the frame. We custom-mandrel-bent a new exhaust using a Magnaflow 4" round muffler, a custom Y-pipe with extra bends to clear the bellhousing and shift linkage, and extra bends to clear the rear suspension control arms and fuel cell.

We were happy to hear a friend of Jen’s say that this was the best exhaust he had ever seen under a Jeep. We were even happier to hear that the exhaust has survived several trips out on the trail!



Matt's Jeep YJ

After installing their long-arm suspension kit on his YJ, Matt from TnT Customs brought his Jeep to us for a custom exhaust. As with many of the Jeep exhausts that we custom-mandrel-bend and install, we needed to negotiate around the control arms, control arm brackets, relocated shocks, and skid plate to make sure that the exhaust fits right, doesn’t rattle, and will survive the rigors of off-road use.



Matt's Jeep YJ

After installing their long-arm suspension kit on his YJ, Matt from TnT Customs brought his Jeep to us for a custom exhaust. As with many of the Jeep exhausts that we custom-mandrel-bend and install, we needed to negotiate around the control arms, control arm brackets, relocated shocks, and skid plate to make sure that the exhaust fits right, doesn’t rattle, and will survive the rigors of off-road use.



Matt's Jeep YJ

After installing their long-arm suspension kit on his YJ, Matt from TnT Customs brought his Jeep to us for a custom exhaust. As with many of the Jeep exhausts that we custom-mandrel-bend and install, we needed to negotiate around the control arms, control arm brackets, relocated shocks, and skid plate to make sure that the exhaust fits right, doesn’t rattle, and will survive the rigors of off-road use.



Matt's Jeep YJ

After installing their long-arm suspension kit on his YJ, Matt from TnT Customs brought his Jeep to us for a custom exhaust. As with many of the Jeep exhausts that we custom-mandrel-bend and install, we needed to negotiate around the control arms, control arm brackets, relocated shocks, and skid plate to make sure that the exhaust fits right, doesn’t rattle, and will survive the rigors of off-road use.



TnT Custom's Jeep Grand Cherokee

Bob and Matt at T&T Customs engineer, build and install some great long-travel suspension systems. Like us, they are supporting vendors on Colorado4x4.org, and they brought their highly modified Grand Cherokee to us for a custom exhaust.

Their suspensions are designed for great articulation and driveability. This makes it more difficult to install an exhaust system that will clear the control arms as the suspension flexes, but we loved the challenge. We used a Magnaflow muffler and built the exhaust with a minimum of flanged/clamped joints to reduce the likelihood of leaks, but still allowed for ease of removal and reinstallation as they try out new suspension ideas.



TnT Custom's Jeep Grand Cherokee

Bob and Matt at T&T Customs engineer, build and install some great long-travel suspension systems. Like us, they are supporting vendors on Colorado4x4.org, and they brought their highly modified Grand Cherokee to us for a custom exhaust.

Their suspensions are designed for great articulation and driveability. This makes it more difficult to install an exhaust system that will clear the control arms as the suspension flexes, but we loved the challenge. We used a Magnaflow muffler and built the exhaust with a minimum of flanged/clamped joints to reduce the likelihood of leaks, but still allowed for ease of removal and reinstallation as they try out new suspension ideas.



TnT Custom's Jeep Grand Cherokee

Bob and Matt at T&T Customs engineer, build and install some great long-travel suspension systems. Like us, they are supporting vendors on Colorado4x4.org, and they brought their highly modified Grand Cherokee to us for a custom exhaust.

Their suspensions are designed for great articulation and driveability. This makes it more difficult to install an exhaust system that will clear the control arms as the suspension flexes, but we loved the challenge. We used a Magnaflow muffler and built the exhaust with a minimum of flanged/clamped joints to reduce the likelihood of leaks, but still allowed for ease of removal and reinstallation as they try out new suspension ideas.



TnT Custom's Jeep Grand Cherokee

Bob and Matt at T&T Customs engineer, build and install some great long-travel suspension systems. Like us, they are supporting vendors on Colorado4x4.org, and they brought their highly modified Grand Cherokee to us for a custom exhaust.

Their suspensions are designed for great articulation and driveability. This makes it more difficult to install an exhaust system that will clear the control arms as the suspension flexes, but we loved the challenge. We used a Magnaflow muffler and built the exhaust with a minimum of flanged/clamped joints to reduce the likelihood of leaks, but still allowed for ease of removal and reinstallation as they try out new suspension ideas.



Sean's Jeep Unlimited

Sean recently had a new long-arm lift kit installed by Bob and Matt at T&T Customs in Cheyenne. After the suspension installation, the exhaust required rerouting to fit around the control arms.

Sean wanted to use a Flowmaster Hushpower II muffler because it gives the 4.0 engine a muscular sound, so we fitted the muffler up over the T&T skid plate. The system required several mandrel bends to fit around the front and rear control arms, but the exhaust fits well, sounds great, and allows the suspension to articulate the way it was intended.



Sean's Jeep Unlimited

Sean recently had a new long-arm lift kit installed by Bob and Matt at T&T Customs in Cheyenne. After the suspension installation, the exhaust required rerouting to fit around the control arms.

Sean wanted to use a Flowmaster Hushpower II muffler because it gives the 4.0 engine a muscular sound, so we fitted the muffler up over the T&T skid plate. The system required several mandrel bends to fit around the front and rear control arms, but the exhaust fits well, sounds great, and allows the suspension to articulate the way it was intended.




Sean's Jeep Unlimited

Sean recently had a new long-arm lift kit installed by Bob and Matt at T&T Customs in Cheyenne. After the suspension installation, the exhaust required rerouting to fit around the control arms.

Sean wanted to use a Flowmaster Hushpower II muffler because it gives the 4.0 engine a muscular sound, so we fitted the muffler up over the T&T skid plate. The system required several mandrel bends to fit around the front and rear control arms, but the exhaust fits well, sounds great, and allows the suspension to articulate the way it was intended.



Sean's Jeep Unlimited

Sean recently had a new long-arm lift kit installed by Bob and Matt at T&T Customs in Cheyenne. After the suspension installation, the exhaust required rerouting to fit around the control arms.

Sean wanted to use a Flowmaster Hushpower II muffler because it gives the 4.0 engine a muscular sound, so we fitted the muffler up over the T&T skid plate. The system required several mandrel bends to fit around the front and rear control arms, but the exhaust fits well, sounds great, and allows the suspension to articulate the way it was intended.



Sean's Jeep Unlimited

Sean recently had a new long-arm lift kit installed by Bob and Matt at T&T Customs in Cheyenne. After the suspension installation, the exhaust required rerouting to fit around the control arms.

Sean wanted to use a Flowmaster Hushpower II muffler because it gives the 4.0 engine a muscular sound, so we fitted the muffler up over the T&T skid plate. The system required several mandrel bends to fit around the front and rear control arms, but the exhaust fits well, sounds great, and allows the suspension to articulate the way it was intended.



Patrick's Jeep TJ

Patrick's TJ features a small body lift and a T&T Customs long-arm suspension. After the suspension installation, the exhaust need to be reworked and, having heard about us on Colorado4x4.org, Patrick brought the Jeep to us for the custom exhaust.

The short wheelbase and small amount of lift presented a challenge. We rerouted the exhaust pipe to clear the front control arm mount, and routed the exhaust over the T&T skid plate. We used a small Magnaflow muffler to help with clearance, and used several custom mandrel bends, all bent in-house, to run the tailpipe under, around and over the control arms and rear axle.



Patrick's Jeep TJ

Patrick's TJ features a small body lift and a T&T Customs long-arm suspension. After the suspension installation, the exhaust need to be reworked and, having heard about us on Colorado4x4.org, Patrick brought the Jeep to us for the custom exhaust.

The short wheelbase and small amount of lift presented a challenge. We rerouted the exhaust pipe to clear the front control arm mount, and routed the exhaust over the T&T skid plate. We used a small Magnaflow muffler to help with clearance, and used several custom mandrel bends, all bent in-house, to run the tailpipe under, around and over the control arms and rear axle.



Patrick's Jeep TJ

Patrick's TJ features a small body lift and a T&T Customs long-arm suspension. After the suspension installation, the exhaust need to be reworked and, having heard about us on Colorado4x4.org, Patrick brought the Jeep to us for the custom exhaust.

The short wheelbase and small amount of lift presented a challenge. We rerouted the exhaust pipe to clear the front control arm mount, and routed the exhaust over the T&T skid plate. We used a small Magnaflow muffler to help with clearance, and used several custom mandrel bends, all bent in-house, to run the tailpipe under, around and over the control arms and rear axle.



Patrick's Jeep TJ

Patrick's TJ features a small body lift and a T&T Customs long-arm suspension. After the suspension installation, the exhaust need to be reworked and, having heard about us on Colorado4x4.org, Patrick brought the Jeep to us for the custom exhaust.

The short wheelbase and small amount of lift presented a challenge. We rerouted the exhaust pipe to clear the front control arm mount, and routed the exhaust over the T&T skid plate. We used a small Magnaflow muffler to help with clearance, and used several custom mandrel bends, all bent in-house, to run the tailpipe under, around and over the control arms and rear axle.



Patrick's Jeep TJ

Patrick's TJ features a small body lift and a T&T Customs long-arm suspension. After the suspension installation, the exhaust need to be reworked and, having heard about us on Colorado4x4.org, Patrick brought the Jeep to us for the custom exhaust.

The short wheelbase and small amount of lift presented a challenge. We rerouted the exhaust pipe to clear the front control arm mount, and routed the exhaust over the T&T skid plate. We used a small Magnaflow muffler to help with clearance, and used several custom mandrel bends, all bent in-house, to run the tailpipe under, around and over the control arms and rear axle.



Matt and Jen's Jeep CJ7

Matt and Jen heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought their nice CJ7 in for a new exhaust. They have swapped-in an EFI small-block Chevy motor, and wanted the Jeep to have a nice V-8 sound with a custom 3" mandrel-bent exhaust. We suggested a Magnaflow high-flow cat and a Flowmaster muffler. We fabricated the custom Y-pipe from 2.5" tube, then used 3" for the cat, muffler and the rest of the exhaust. The result is a nice, muscular V-8 sound that’s just loud enough and has plenty of ground clearance.



Matt and Jen's Jeep CJ7

Matt and Jen heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought their nice CJ7 in for a new exhaust. They have swapped-in an EFI small-block Chevy motor, and wanted the Jeep to have a nice V-8 sound with a custom 3" mandrel-bent exhaust. We suggested a Magnaflow high-flow cat and a Flowmaster muffler. We fabricated the custom Y-pipe from 2.5" tube, then used 3" for the cat, muffler and the rest of the exhaust. The result is a nice, muscular V-8 sound that’s just loud enough and has plenty of ground clearance.



Matt and Jen's Jeep CJ7

Matt and Jen heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought their nice CJ7 in for a new exhaust. They have swapped-in an EFI small-block Chevy motor, and wanted the Jeep to have a nice V-8 sound with a custom 3" mandrel-bent exhaust. We suggested a Magnaflow high-flow cat and a Flowmaster muffler. We fabricated the custom Y-pipe from 2.5" tube, then used 3" for the cat, muffler and the rest of the exhaust. The result is a nice, muscular V-8 sound that’s just loud enough and has plenty of ground clearance.



Steve's Rock Buggy

Steve also came to us from Colorado4x4.org. His crawler, which was under construction when it came to us, features full-custom cagework and EFI Ecotec power. After installing the header, Steve brought the crawler in for a custom exhaust. We custom-mandrel-bent the downpipe and welded a Magnaflow muffler and chrome tip. The muffler fits nicely under the floor pan and is well-protected by the cage. We also custom-mandrel-bent a 1 5/8" water pipe to connect the radiator to the engine.



Steve's Rock Buggy

Steve also came to us from Colorado4x4.org. His crawler, which was under construction when it came to us, features full-custom cagework and EFI Ecotec power. After installing the header, Steve brought the crawler in for a custom exhaust. We custom-mandrel-bent the downpipe and welded a Magnaflow muffler and chrome tip. The muffler fits nicely under the floor pan and is well-protected by the cage. We also custom-mandrel-bent a 1 5/8" water pipe to connect the radiator to the engine.



Steve's Rock Buggy

Steve also came to us from Colorado4x4.org. His crawler, which was under construction when it came to us, features full-custom cagework and EFI Ecotec power. After installing the header, Steve brought the crawler in for a custom exhaust. We custom-mandrel-bent the downpipe and welded a Magnaflow muffler and chrome tip. The muffler fits nicely under the floor pan and is well-protected by the cage. We also custom-mandrel-bent a 1 5/8" water pipe to connect the radiator to the engine.



Steve's Rock Buggy

Steve also came to us from Colorado4x4.org. His crawler, which was under construction when it came to us, features full-custom cagework and EFI Ecotec power. After installing the header, Steve brought the crawler in for a custom exhaust. We custom-mandrel-bent the downpipe and welded a Magnaflow muffler and chrome tip. The muffler fits nicely under the floor pan and is well-protected by the cage. We also custom-mandrel-bent a 1 5/8" water pipe to connect the radiator to the engine.



Aaron's CJ7

Aaron heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought his AMC 304-powered CJ7 to us for a custom exhaust. He liked the sound of the Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, so he asked us to use one for this exhaust. We used a pair of Magnaflow spun metallic cats to make the Jeep legal.

After the cats, we fabricated a custom Y-pipe to connect the pipes just before the muffler. After the muffler, we routed the tailpipe up and over the axle, then along the side of the fuel tank, ending just outside the frame rail even with the rear crossmember. This exhaust sounds great, has been trail-proven and passed its smog test when Aaron went to re-register it.


Aaron's CJ7

Aaron heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought his AMC 304-powered CJ7 to us for a custom exhaust. He liked the sound of the Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, so he asked us to use one for this exhaust. We used a pair of Magnaflow spun metallic cats to make the Jeep legal.

After the cats, we fabricated a custom Y-pipe to connect the pipes just before the muffler. After the muffler, we routed the tailpipe up and over the axle, then along the side of the fuel tank, ending just outside the frame rail even with the rear crossmember. This exhaust sounds great, has been trail-proven and passed its smog test when Aaron went to re-register it.


Aaron's CJ7

Aaron heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought his AMC 304-powered CJ7 to us for a custom exhaust. He liked the sound of the Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, so he asked us to use one for this exhaust. We used a pair of Magnaflow spun metallic cats to make the Jeep legal.

After the cats, we fabricated a custom Y-pipe to connect the pipes just before the muffler. After the muffler, we routed the tailpipe up and over the axle, then along the side of the fuel tank, ending just outside the frame rail even with the rear crossmember. This exhaust sounds great, has been trail-proven and passed its smog test when Aaron went to re-register it.


Aaron's CJ7

Aaron heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought his AMC 304-powered CJ7 to us for a custom exhaust. He liked the sound of the Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, so he asked us to use one for this exhaust. We used a pair of Magnaflow spun metallic cats to make the Jeep legal.

After the cats, we fabricated a custom Y-pipe to connect the pipes just before the muffler. After the muffler, we routed the tailpipe up and over the axle, then along the side of the fuel tank, ending just outside the frame rail even with the rear crossmember. This exhaust sounds great, has been trail-proven and passed its smog test when Aaron went to re-register it.


Aaron's CJ7

Aaron heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought his AMC 304-powered CJ7 to us for a custom exhaust. He liked the sound of the Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, so he asked us to use one for this exhaust. We used a pair of Magnaflow spun metallic cats to make the Jeep legal.

After the cats, we fabricated a custom Y-pipe to connect the pipes just before the muffler. After the muffler, we routed the tailpipe up and over the axle, then along the side of the fuel tank, ending just outside the frame rail even with the rear crossmember. This exhaust sounds great, has been trail-proven and passed its smog test when Aaron went to re-register it.


Aaron's CJ7

Aaron heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought his AMC 304-powered CJ7 to us for a custom exhaust. He liked the sound of the Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, so he asked us to use one for this exhaust. We used a pair of Magnaflow spun metallic cats to make the Jeep legal.

After the cats, we fabricated a custom Y-pipe to connect the pipes just before the muffler. After the muffler, we routed the tailpipe up and over the axle, then along the side of the fuel tank, ending just outside the frame rail even with the rear crossmember. This exhaust sounds great, has been trail-proven and passed its smog test when Aaron went to re-register it.


Aaron's CJ7

Aaron heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought his AMC 304-powered CJ7 to us for a custom exhaust. He liked the sound of the Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, so he asked us to use one for this exhaust. We used a pair of Magnaflow spun metallic cats to make the Jeep legal.

After the cats, we fabricated a custom Y-pipe to connect the pipes just before the muffler. After the muffler, we routed the tailpipe up and over the axle, then along the side of the fuel tank, ending just outside the frame rail even with the rear crossmember. This exhaust sounds great, has been trail-proven and passed its smog test when Aaron went to re-register it.


Aaron's CJ7

Aaron heard about us through Colorado4x4.org, and brought his AMC 304-powered CJ7 to us for a custom exhaust. He liked the sound of the Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, so he asked us to use one for this exhaust. We used a pair of Magnaflow spun metallic cats to make the Jeep legal.

After the cats, we fabricated a custom Y-pipe to connect the pipes just before the muffler. After the muffler, we routed the tailpipe up and over the axle, then along the side of the fuel tank, ending just outside the frame rail even with the rear crossmember. This exhaust sounds great, has been trail-proven and passed its smog test when Aaron went to re-register it.


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