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New Rinehart 4 in slip Ons coming tomorrow.. are they really as easy as slipping old ones off and slipping on the new ones or am I gonna need a little trick or 2 to do this? whats the best way if so? :feedback:
 

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New Rinehart 4 in slip Ons coming tomorrow.. are they really as easy as slipping old ones off and slipping on the new ones or am I gonna need a little trick or 2 to do this? whats the best way if so? :feedback:
Should be easy, loosen clamp at muffler/head pipe and two bolts (under bags) slip off.
 

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Pretty straightforward.

Remove the bags.

Loosen the muffler clamps.

Remove the muffler hanger bolts, and then it helps to wiggle the muffler side to side and up and down a little bit to open up the flanges for it to come off. If you try to just pull it straight off, good luck. Lol

Reverse the process for installation and enjoy.
 

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Pretty straightforward.

Remove the bags.

Loosen the muffler clamps.

Remove the muffler hanger bolts, and then it helps to wiggle the muffler side to side and up and down a little bit to open up the flanges for it to come off. If you try to just pull it straight off, good luck. Lol

Reverse the process for installation and enjoy.
Im Guessing the Standard 8-10 Beers outta fit in the Plan somewheres..
 

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If the old ones have been on there a long time, it can be a little rough getting them to let go. A little penetrating oil helps.
 

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Late to the party, but may help the next guy....

A strap wrench (the kind with a strap made of webbing) helps you twist it while working it off. If you are super concerned about marring the finish, use a piece of scrap rubber mat under the wrench.

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