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Old 02-18-2008, 01:35 PM
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Shovelhead Exhaust Flanges

Finally a cure for the leaking shovelhead exhaust pipe. These heavy-duty flanges are a full quarter inch thick and will not deform regardless of how hard you lean on the exhaust bolt. Precision CNC, laser cut from cold roll steel for 1 diameter exhaust pipes with a 5/16 mounting hole for a perfect leak-free fit.

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never had a problem with my flh with side pipes..trick is to bend the support bracket so pipe keeps pressure on opposite side of exhaust bolt..problem solved
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