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Conan_'dale

Is my new Dr.D pipe dented??

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I rec'd my new Dr.D pipe last night. Excited to open the box and found a 3-4" long dent on the bottom toward the front of the can. :D

You won't be able to see the dent unless you stand on your head :)

Should I send it back or just live with it. Knowing me it won't be long until I hit a tree... :)

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Is it a neatly formed rectangular dent? It's for clearance for the brake caplier when the suspension is at full travel.

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It's hard to picture what you are saying but that must be it... I looks like you could have made the dent with a screwdriver by pushing really hard.

Thanks for your help. :)

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Not to worry, Cozza's got it right. It's supposed to be there....Take a look at the stock exhaust , you'll see the same dent...

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I went to install exhaust system last night and the ends of the header pipe and exhaust pipe (where they connect) we're smashed (flat spots) :):D:D

I sent the pipe back this morning. I hope they come thru and get me the replacement asap. :)

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