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Has anyone used these kind of exhaust clamps?

Let me know your experience if you have. Thanks

http://www.julianos.com/pro-clamp_exhaust_coupling.html


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Until I saw Juliano's price, I did - then abandoned that idea for 'common' SS U-clamps.

They are nice and possibly on a show car or one that you might want to hear a different exhaust sound, well worth it (to me, anyhow )

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Looks like kitchen sink plumbing insired clamp.
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I don't know if you could get it apart after a couple winters in Minn and 20k miles.
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I would only need 4 at 100 bucks each. Ouch.
If he ever gets the 3'' size and if they are the same price.
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I would only need 4 at 100 bucks each. Ouch.
If he ever gets the 3'' size and if they are the same price.
That's a hundred US - then add duties plus "International" shipping (at least we are close to par - today, anyhow )

If Juliano's is at Burlington this weekend (usually has at least a small booth), I'll take a hands on look
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That's a hundred US - then add duties plus "International" shipping (at least we are close to par - today, anyhow )

If Juliano's is at Burlington this weekend (usually has at least a small booth), I'll take a hands on look

Ya, we really get juiced up here. It cost 60 bucks shipping on a $200 item I just ordered.
They will ask for about $70 for brokerage and duty and tax when they get to my door....
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Looks like kitchen sink plumbing inspired clamp.
X2 on that
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Update on clamps

I have the car over at Stainless Works getting the exhaust fabricated using the ProClamp. The location you see in the photo is not the planned locations but you can get an idea.

Also they made two custom mufflers for the car with one passage straight through and the other chambered. Cutouts in front of the muffler to select which exhaust section to go through.





Will post more photos when I get them....
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I'd use about 1/4 can of never-seize on each one.
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go to the plumbing shop

Buy the parts and build your own they make a rod the will weld steel to irion if thats the case. The rod is Cronotron I had some in the 70's and I fixed motor blocks with cracks and chevy 3 speeds trannys that broke at the local race track. its a great welding rod
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I have looked at them and they are nice but I cnnot shake my money tree that hard.
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exhaust

no sorry man never seen those
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