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This is a discussion on Catback install? within the Engine Performance forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; Ive searched and have not found anything, or maybe im using the wrong wording. Am I to assume its so ...

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    Catback install?

    Ive searched and have not found anything, or maybe im using the wrong wording. Am I to assume its so easy that anyone can do it?
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    it really is. all you need is like 7 bolts, gasket, 4 hangers, 02 wrench and some wd40. i think most exhausts come with basic directions and people just use those. install should't take you more than an hour
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    you need an o2 wrench to put on a catback? isnt the o2 bung farther up somewhere not on the catback, if not where do you get the wrench, rent it from autozone or somewhere?

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    oops, ya sorry i was thinking of a turboback install. the o2 sensor is right in front of the last cat i believe, somewhere in the midpipe. but yes you could just go to autozone and rent one for like 15$, then money back when returned.
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