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Old 01-08-2011, 08:32 AM
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Does anyone know where i can find a 2" tee made off copper or steel or any kind of metal? Home depot only has them at certain stores so it's difficult to track one down. Any suggestions?

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Old 01-08-2011, 08:33 AM
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Just what are you working on ?


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Exhaust. Any ideas?
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I plumbed the compressed air supply system for a factory, I used various sizes, from 4 inch down to 1/2 station drops. pieces are expensive but it was time and materials.
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why not just fabricte one? whatever you do, don't use copper in an exhaust, way too soft and will bend.
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I don't have a welder. All i want to do is join the left a right side together about half way down the car so it can go to the factory over-axle pipe and into the muffler. Here's a simple diagram of what i want to do. Sorry if the picture is huge, i don't know how to change it.
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why not just order it from home depot and pick it up at your store?
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what size do you need exactly? here is one from summit/dynomax, im sure if you hunt around you can find more.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/WLK-88029/

however, going by an exhaust shop seems like a cheaper way to go
just have one made
or see if they have something in the scrap pile you can use
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Why not just go to a exhaust shop, They can make you one in about five Min's.. Like Matt said..
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