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Dynatech® 780-80351 Exhaust Elbow Mandrel Bend, 80 Deg, 3-1/2 Inch
Dynatech® 780-80351 Exhaust Elbow Mandrel Bend, 80 Deg, 3-1/2 Inch

Dynatech® 780-80351 Exhaust Elbow Mandrel Bend, 80 Deg, 3-1/2 Inch

Universal Fit, 3.5" Outside Diameter, Steel, Is Mandrel Bent, 15.75" Overall Length, Natural

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Dynatech® 780-80351 Exhaust Elbow Mandrel Bend, 80 Deg, 3-1/2 Inch
Dynatech® 780-80351 Exhaust Elbow Mandrel Bend, 80 Deg, 3-1/2 Inch
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Outside Diameter:
3.5"
Material Type:
Steel
Mandrel Bent:
Yes
MFG. Part #:
780-80351
Overall Length:
15.75"
Material Thickness:
0.06"
Angle:
80 degree
Finish:
Natural
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Notes:
Expanded length is 1.75"

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A 90° elbow tends to shoot the exhaust back on either the body or floorpan. This 80° directs the exhaust flow away from the car.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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