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    they had the metal laying around

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    I know that i posted this a year ago but i just now got around to putting my plates on and i have an update. the exhaust plate has to be very thick and/or have a plug .625 diameter by .5" long. otherwise its leaks. i suggest a plug it works great.

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    Thanx for making my plates man, over 2 years no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbodyrs96 View Post
    Thanx for making my plates man, over 2 years no problems.
    Haha. good deal. You had to do a little modification so they weren't perfect.

    An added plug solved all my problems. I've also not had any problems since.

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    What did you make the plug with?

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    .125" alum plate and steel plug

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    The plug... Did you form it or did you find .625 stock. I have a stainless plate, but no plug.

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    yeah it was a stock steel bar that we tapped for a screw.

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    Got any of that laying around?

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    yeah.

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