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Universal Fit, 8.38" Overall Length, 5.63" Overall Width, .04" Material Thickness, Polished
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Fits 2" O.D. and smaller exhaust pipe.
These stainless steel exhaust deflectors clamp around the tailpipe to deflect exhaust and soot away from body and bumper. Choose smooth or stamped with V8, Ford oval or Chevy bowtie emblem. Fits 2" O.D. and smaller exhaust pipe.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations
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