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    Stock Exhaust Outlet Removal

    I have been prying on this damn thing for almost an hour. Tried to turn it at first with a strap wrench but it isnt budging. It looks like it is loaded with silicone. Any suggestions?


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    Which part exactly are you trying to remove? The outlet next to the pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXPSC215 View Post
    I have been prying on this damn thing for almost an hour. Tried to turn it at first with a strap wrench but it isnt budging. It looks like it is loaded with silicone. Any suggestions?
    assuming u have the nut off the inside it hould come out. stick a flat tip screwdriver in there and pry

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    Sounds like he is trying to get the big nut off of there. I used a giant pair of pliers on mine. It should spin off. Yes there is a lot of silicone on some. Keep trying it should break free. No tricks to getting it off of there.

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    Thanks guys, I finally got it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus13letter View Post
    Sounds like he is trying to get the big nut off of there. I used a giant pair of pliers on mine. It should spin off. Yes there is a lot of silicone on some. Keep trying it should break free. No tricks to getting it off of there.
    There's a nut in there? How the blankety, blankety, blank am I gonna reach that on my GTX? Anyone have a midget or 4 year old they want to lend my when I install my Gibson?

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    Hope you saved the nut in good shape. You need it to install block off.

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