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    Gibson coupler

    Ok I have tried my stock coupler and the hump and the both dont fit.

    What are you using to couple the gibson to the exhaust tip

    thanks
    scott


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    Larry Lafjax Used Duck Tape. I Really Hope This Helped You.

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    (2) 4" silicone couplers with a 2 3/4" ID/ inside diameter will work fine...... i just got my Gibson and measured it and the j pipe and the thru hull there all pretty much the same OD of 2 3/4"..no problems.......good luck! the exhaust outlet on the Gibson is actually 2 7/8" but it will fit GAURANTEED!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    Ok I have tried my stock coupler and the hump and the both dont fit.

    What are you using to couple the gibson to the exhaust tip

    thanks
    scott
    Yes, same coupling I used on my shorty!! It fit's over the Gibson with a little pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafjax View Post
    Yes, same coupling I used on my shorty!! It fit's over the Gibson with a little pressure.
    thanks i just wanted to be sure

    scott

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    a little windex and a little patience and the coupler went right on

    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    a little windex and a little patience and the coupler went right on

    thank you
    see a little patience goes a long way.

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    windex ehh, usually i spit on it if it doesn't slip in.

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    I have lousy aim

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    close one eye and hope for the best

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