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welding car exhaust - November 20, 2014, 07:11 PM

Anybody here know or can weld a exhaust to link two pipes (A small portion was rusted in the pipe and I cut if off now needs to weld a small pipe in between to hold them together)? Please PM. Thanks
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November 21, 2014, 08:15 AM

if you have the pipe you could buy band clamps from any car parts store, they are pricer than regular clamps, but with a little exhaust putty will seal up well. What most shops would do is flare the ends of the joining pipe (which would be longer than the gap) and with a little putty and a set of any clamps you'd be good to go. No one is going to weld in a pipe of exact length.


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November 21, 2014, 10:50 AM

Measure diameter, get same size pipe 4" longer than the gap, take it to an exhaust shop that can expand both ends and then slip it on yourself.

You can use inexpensive clamps if any are needed.

This is likely the cheapest route unless you have a friend do it.


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Thanks for input.
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