CJPP Axle Back Mufflers for Sale

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    Greetings,

    I am selling my CJPP Branded axle backs. They were on the car for only a short time and are almost new. Less than 700 miles on them. They also include the clamps.

    Please see attached pictures.

    I am asking 200 plus shipping via ground UPS. I can take payment via paypal as well. Contact me first though.

    Thanks for looking.

     
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    #2 PVAMT, Sep 23, 2018
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    Where are you located? I may be interested.
     
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    Southern New Jersey.
     
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    I was just up there a few weeks ago. How much to the Raleigh NC area?
    When you installed these did you have any alignment issues? Some have reported that they are a little crooked. Why are you getting rid of them?
     
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    I could shipping to that area for $30. The reason I am not using them anymore is that I got a deal on a Borla system and preferred that sound. These do sound great but are a little loud for my tastes. The right side is a bit difficult to get lined up. I didn't cut my factory side long enough according to what I could find on this forum. Others have had great success in getting them on correctly. Hope this helps.
     
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    @PVAMT My 2 cents. The stock muffler removal cut is what makes the difference on how they line up in the rear valance. (Cut all the bend off of the pipe). In the pic below, they were cut again to make it square. In addition, leaving all of the bolts loose and starting with the tip alignment and then moving forward worked the best for me. Weight difference, OEM axle back - 38.41 lbs. (both together), CJPP axle back - 7.8 lbs. each.

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    Sorry for not getting right back to you. My daughter just got married and we had a bit more expense than we planned for. I’m going to keep these in mind but will have to wait a little to pull the trigger until I can free up some cash.
     
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