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00 blazer 2 door exhaust question

Old 03-04-2017, 09:00 PM
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Okay so here's the deal, bought my blazer about 3 weeks ago not running and knowing somewhat already what it needed. Just did starter, battery, upper and lower ball joints(they were SHOT), rotated the tires, u joints, greased EVERYTHING that needed greasing. What i need help figuring out is i just put a flowmaster 44 series single in dual out muffler on a few days ago and ill need new tail piping, i like the looks of dual side exits and dual rear exit pipes with tips.. But im trying to save money right now as im trying to get it all situated to get it inspected and put on the road.. I dont like the idea of running the driver side tail pipe so close to the gas tank.. If i buy 2 walker tail pipes( about $47 each) and run them both coming out the same side (like stock) is there enough room for the 2 of them to run over the rear end side by side without hitting anything or running into any problems? Didnt really do the research before ordering the dual out muffler that there is virtually no room ( and the safety hazard it would be) to run so close to the gas tank. Any help would be appreciated, and by the way i live in NYS so i cant dump it before the axle (didnt plan on it anyways)
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