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    Downpipe Gaskets: Felpro 60308

    When I was doing my DP install I could not find much information of where to find gaskets locally that work on the dp to midpipe. I dug through lots of bins and found ones that work perfect and are inexpensive. They are Felpro 60308 and you should be able to get them or order for a few bucks a piece at local auto parts stores. There are for catalytic converter so they take the heat just fine. I have had mine on the car for a while and have no leaks. Hope this helps some fellow enthusiasts out.

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    Thanks for the tip!
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    Nice. Super cheap on Amazon.

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    lol, ill have to write this down somewhere. Last time i swapped them using 2.5 header gaskets from the "speed" isle at autozone, had triple bolt hole but just cut them to fit, wedged them in place, and tightened everything down. So far so good!
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    Yeah I found the bag today cleaning up so I figured I should post up the part number before I lost it. They are doubled layered and line up perfect all around. Glad to help

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    I've been using vibrant gaskets for a while. Vibrant 1457 I think was the PN.

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    I bought the Vibrant gaskets, but I had to trim them down. They still work fine, just a little more effort needed .
    Eppur si muove.

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