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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_maxime View Post
    If we're back on the topic of being blinded in the delorean. I'd kill for some damn modern swiveling sunvisors that don't deform in the heat.

    I drive directly East to go to work and West back home. Sun directly in my field of view is way worse than any other possibility.
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    OK guys -

    I ended up finding some tips and taking them to a local shop to get welded on. You can tell from the photos how I had one tip that was damaged, thus the need for replacement. I ended up purchasing 2.5" inlet to 3" outlet slant cut rolled edge 304 stainless steel exhaust tips that were 6.5" long. Though they don't say DMC on them, I think they turned out quite well. What do you think?





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    Quote Originally Posted by Trstno1 View Post
    OK guys -

    I ended up finding some tips and taking them to a local shop to get welded on. You can tell from the photos how I had one tip that was damaged, thus the need for replacement. I ended up purchasing 2.5" inlet to 3" outlet slant cut rolled edge 304 stainless steel exhaust tips that were 6.5" long. Though they don't say DMC on them, I think they turned out quite well. What do you think?
    They look great!
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