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Old 07-05-2005, 11:04 AM
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Heat Shields on Exhaust PA

I've emailed PA Vehicle News no response yet. Probably due to the holiday. Anyway, anyone know the heat shield law for exposed exhaust in PA? Ready to get a T licensed. Passed inspection without heat shields. That doesn't mean the PennDOT will pass it though. All it says on the application and what I could find in the laws was that a heat shield is required.

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Bill

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it`s been a few years but when i helped a friend with his t-bucket he found that there must be a shield installed so that a pedestrian could not brush against the hot exhaust pipe . remember the Vette heat shields? so any part of the pipes outside of the frame rails should be covered.
the Laws has changed since then,so i suggest researching for more info. luck with your "T".
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Thanks. I've been trying. Can't find much info. I found the PA regs and it just says heat shields on exposed exhaust. I guess it's up to the mood of the person looking at the application!
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