Exhaust

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  1. Lord Mac

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    The front part of my exhaust broke today, sounded like a tractor. Can anyone recommend a good parts site?
     
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    When I needed one I compared the main dealer (Iveco) part with a motor factor part and although cheaper the factor part did not look as good quality and not a lot in the price.

    Martin
     
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    would be hard to beat the prices on ebay by the same people that run local motor factors. fitting is a quick and easy diy job if you can use a spanner
     
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    When my rusty old exhaust starts failing, I'll get the entire system replaced in stainless steel. Much better looking and should last decades...

    When you say front part of exhaust, do you mean the exhaust, or the exhaust manifold? Manifolds can sometimes be a pain to replace.
     
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  6. 2bob

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    try catman.co.uk
     
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