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The exhaust hangers are at the highest setting (cloest to the edge) so it is as low as possible. I would like it to be lower, but i need new rubber mounts to do so. Mine are the regular ones with the eye right down the middle, I need the ones that are offset back to drop it down about 1/2 an inch or so. Here are some pics of what I am talking about. I have the 1st ones and i need the other ones.
If you look at the 3rd picture of the exhaust I am using the holes that are closest to the edge. So, the very first hole starting from the edge. If i use the other one the exhause doesn't even fit. Hope this helps, let me know if i can help you any way else.
Oh, I'm also using 5 washers on the passenger side rubber hanger to push the tips to the left so they are centered.
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