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Old 12-17-2017, 12:49 AM   #1
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What's a stock cat back worth

I have a cat back off a 10k mile car. Has been cut at the axle bend. What is something like this worth
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Old 12-17-2017, 04:48 PM   #2
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Re: What's a stock cat back worth

I wouldn’t expect much. I think I tried to sell mine but ended up selling it for scrap metal after no one showed interest. It may eventually be worth some money, but you’ll have to wait about 35-40 years for that.
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Re: What's a stock cat back worth

I have the same thing+ mid pipe in my Garage, been trying to sell it for 7 years now. I may just junk it.
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What's a stock cat back worth

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I have the same thing+ mid pipe in my Garage, been trying to sell it for 7 years now. I may just junk it.


I might be interested, later on, if the stock manifolds are offer with the mid pipe and cat back. As long as nothing’s been cut of course.


Pick your poison.
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