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Old 01-31-2013, 08:43 AM
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Hey I'm new to the forum,
I need a replacement OEM muffler for my Blazer. Does anyone know where to get one? My Tailpipe is still very good I need just the muffler, GM and Chevrolet sell it with a new tailpipe attached, does anyone know where I can get just the muffler without the tailpipe?
I have a 96, 4x4, 4-door, S-10 Chevy Blazer.

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Originally Posted by Ken87 View Post
Hey I'm new to the forum,
I need a replacement OEM muffler for my Blazer. Does anyone know where to get one? My Tailpipe is still very good I need just the muffler, GM and Chevrolet sell it with a new tailpipe attached, does anyone know where I can get just the muffler without the tailpipe?
I have a 96, 4x4, 4-door, S-10 Chevy Blazer.

Thanks in advance

Ken
I can give you an estimate. I just had my muffler and exhaust pipe replaced (Cat-back) at Midas Muffler and it cost me $287. However, the price for the muffler alone was quoted to me at $130. (Tax/labor included)
Not that it probably makes a difference....my vehicle is a 94 S-10 Blazer 4x4!
 
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Thanks. I can replace it myself, it just trying to find the parts cheep enough to do it.
 
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Check rock auto.
 
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If your going to replace it why not put something better on?Im pretty sure I can speak for alot of us here if its time to replace it we go for something better sounding.
 
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If your going to replace it why not put something better on?Im pretty sure I can speak for alot of us here if its time to replace it we go for something better sounding.
I live in a quiet neighborhood and would prefer to not alert everyone when I'm coming or going with a loud exhaust! To each his own!
 
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Aftermarket does not have to mean loud. There are plenty of aftermarket mufflers that have a full, deep tone without being much louder than the nearly silent factory refrigerator size muffler.
 
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Thank you for the reply's! I have since found a few places where I can get a muffler. While I have nothing personally against loud muffler, I prefer a quite one since I do a lot of driving where most people prefer a quite muffler, also if I want a noisier muffler why go to the trouble of changing it at all? Jk, Lol.
 
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Go to RockAuto Bud!!!

RockAuto Parts Catalog

Muffler: (RockAuto - Walker) $53.79

Muffler Clamp: (RockAuto - Walker) $1.33
 
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