2000 Ford Explorer Exhaust Systems
Explorer Exhaust Tip: If you are adding a big after-market muffler to your vehicle, remember to think about ground clearance. Some after-market mufflers are considerably bigger than the stock muffler they replace, which means they could drag across the ground (or across the trail if you go off-road).
If you want to make sure your new muffler is protected from drags or scrapes, take a look under your vehicle to see if the muffler is lower than any other under-car items. If it is, you might want to see about getting some pipes bent to move it closer to the frame.
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