(approx) 1 Hour
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Woman: If you're in search of one of the easiest and most budget-friendly ways to gain some extra clearance and up the sound level on your 2018 or newer 3.6-liter or 2.0-liter JL, this pipe's muffler delete axle-back exhaust will be a great way to do it. Now, this will consist of just one tailpipe that will take place of your muffler, completely getting rid of it and offering you a lot more clearance underneath the rear end of the Jeep and a whole lot more sound. Now, this will make it a great choice for the JL owner who's looking to minimize any trail damage to their exhaust while off-road and needs all the room that they can get when it comes to clearance. Not only will this help with the off-road performance that you may need, but it's also going to deepen the tone of the exhaust, creating a more aggressive presence out of the JL.Now when it comes to sound, I'm gonna give this a four out of five on the loudness meter with one being completely stock and five being wake the neighbors up, as we'll definitely increase the volume and deepen the tone while maintaining a relatively comfortable environment inside the cab area with little drone. Now, again, this will just be a singular tailpipe that goes over the axle and tucks right up against the frame rail, which will offer a no fuss design. And this will be made of a two-and-a-half-inch mandrel-bent 409 stainless steel tubing with a straight through design for direct and smooth airflow, as well as some really good rust resistance. This will also offer a factory-style hanger and clamp in order to get this onto your JL, again, making it super straightforward. Now, when it comes to price, this kind of exhaust is as affordable as it gets, and this one is gonna come in at roughly $100.Now, compared to other choices, most turned-down style exhaust or high clearance systems will usually consist of these same style design. However, some may be made of an aluminized steel very similar to the factory, or they may include a tip at the end, which will hang a little bit lower than this option. Now, honestly, if you don't really care for the looks, you just need a more aggressive sound and some better clearance out of your JL, then this is gonna be a great choice.Now, install will be a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about an hour to get the job done. But I wouldn't be surprised if you got it done a little bit sooner with some basic hand tools. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop to show you a detailed breakdown of what the install looks like step by step. So, that's gonna wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and get into it.Man 1: You're gonna need a couple tools for this install. Those are gonna be a pry bar, a deep 15-millimeter socket, a 13-millimeter socket, and a three-eights impact or ratchet. Hey, everyone. Today, we're gonna be installing an exhaust on our Jeep Wrangler. First, check out this video of how to get that stock exhaust off. And then you can meet me right back here, and we'll put this new one on.Man 2: So, removing a JL muffler, this is gonna be pretty simple. It's held on with two rubber hangar isolators, one on either side of the muffler, and there's another one over there by the tailpipes, so two in total. And then a 15-millimeter clamp up here on the over axle pipe, which we're gonna loosen up second. First thing we're gonna do is pop the hangers out of their isolator. Here's how I like to do it. If you just grab a pry bar and get that situated underneath the Jeep, go ahead and push to the side here. That's gonna pop off just like so. Same thing goes on the other side.Now, one thing I always like to note now that we have the muffler hanging down a little bit, if you too struggle with this and you need to remove these, it's held on with a couple 13-millimeter bolts. There's one here and one up at the top facing the other way. You could always loosen those up with the 13-millimeter socket and an u-joint, and this thing will come down as one. Then you can transfer those over to the new muffler. And this is the clamp that's holding on our muffler. Now, 15-millimeter socket to loosen that up.Man 1: Included with the kit, we have the piece of piping and a clamp. So, what we can do, before we put this on, you're gonna wanna make sure you install the clamp onto this section of pipe first. And this is gonna go over the axle, this part, so we're holding it like this and using the driver's side exhaust isolator. So, we're gonna put our clamp on, just slide it over the edge like that, making sure that our nut on the bottom of the clamp is accessible from where we're standing. So, now that we have that slid on there, we can go ahead and throw it on the car. Now, we can slide this up, kind of wiggling it back and forth to get it over the flange, sometimes can be a little bit of a tight fit.And then I'm gonna have it slid on as far as I want it. I'm gonna rotate it so that the hangar is close enough to the isolator. And I'm gonna push the exhaust up, and pop it in to work it through the hangar too. There it is. There we go. And then we're good to slide our clamp all the way up to the flange. And then I'm using a 15-millimeter deep socket on my three-eighths impact. Loosen it a little bit, so it goes over. And I'm sliding it to the front right about there. And then I'm gonna tighten it down. And that's install complete. That was the pipe's muffler, delete axle back exhaust for the 2018 and newer two-liter or 3.6-liter Jeep Wrangler JL. For all things Jeep, keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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(approx) 1 Hour
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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