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Old 12-12-2012, 07:46 PM   #1
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Hey guys... I need my stock axle-back hacked off and replaced with a quad exhaust. It would require drilling a mount on the passenger side for the pipe (no muffler).

Is this something you'd do? 2010 535i.
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If the drilling for the mount is not through the floor pan then I say, yes.
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pretty sure if you told Jeff to drill thru the floor pan, he would
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I'd really have to see it to know what your talking about, but I'm sure it wouldn't be a problem and we could figure something out
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I'm over complicating it. It's basically an axle back install. Cut off the stock exhaust, clamp on the replacement, mount pipes on the other side. They're held on with on bracket and you'd need to drill a single hole to accommodate that. I don't have the tools at my house and don't really feel like buying them so here I am.
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