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Conversation Between Abillmyre and Fordzilla80
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  1. Fordzilla80
    08-09-2012 02:05 PM
    Fordzilla80
    That's how my F150 was. Had about 10 deep ridges in both sides of the rotors. lol.

    Sorry about clogging up your thread, I just hate when false information is thrown around on forums, and your thread was becoming full of it from certain members.
  2. Abillmyre
    08-09-2012 02:01 PM
    Abillmyre
    Yea probably. Im guessing the previous owner did keep up with meintanence... poor thing. My rotors looked like rolling hills. I didnt think anything of my brakes since i never heard squeeking. Then i started hearing grinding and took them in to get checked. I needed new rotors, pads, also i have two oil leaks, and power steering leak...
  3. Fordzilla80
    08-09-2012 01:58 PM
    Fordzilla80
    Yep. You'll need them so you can hold your new exhaust to the manifolds since your old flanges are probably pretty rusty.
  4. Abillmyre
    08-09-2012 01:57 PM
    Abillmyre
    so the thing that holds up the actual pipe.
  5. Fordzilla80
    08-09-2012 01:55 PM
    Fordzilla80
  6. Abillmyre
    08-09-2012 01:54 PM
    Abillmyre
    Flange? all i know is i have three exhaust holes the size of a dollar bill... Love the sound that it has from them, but not the lack of power.
  7. Fordzilla80
    08-09-2012 01:51 PM
    Fordzilla80
    I can understand that. At the very least, you'll need an exhaust pipe expander, an exhaust pipe flaring tool, some exhaust clamps, and a new flange.
  8. Abillmyre
    08-09-2012 01:46 PM
    Abillmyre
    Ya, i have been looking at flow master, My boyfriend wants me to get a bolt on. then we can do the job ourselves. He also doesnt have the same taste as me. he is not a truck guy, which bothers me since im not a car girl haha. He sports a 1991 Nissan 240 sx
  9. Fordzilla80
    08-09-2012 01:42 PM
    Fordzilla80
    Just go with a custom system. Find a muffler you like the sound of, buy it, and then take the muffler and your truck to an exhaust shop and have them weld it up. Flowmaster is a top pick for many of the guys here.
  10. Abillmyre
    08-09-2012 01:36 PM
    Abillmyre
    no I didnt, ill go look now, I cant stress enough on how badly I need to get my truck to get better performance. Do u have any ideas on an exhaust system? That will fit a ranger. I want a dual side exhaust...