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changed my exhaust on my *swallows* Chevy truck today..couldn't get the damn tail pipe separated from the muffler..used the regular chisel, air chisel, hammer etc...finally took the tail pipe and muffler off as one piece..a few whacks against one of my trees and VOILA..the muffler fell right off..damn I love these high tech solutions..*LOL*

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It's a chevy. Your supposed to drive it into the tree and the muffler will then fall off.

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'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
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In college, I once pulled a fender out by wrapping a chain around a tree and running a bolt through the fender and
attaching it to the chain...worked great...

Rob
 
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Here's my philosaphy, A mechanic is in trouble when he has to pull out the hammer!! hehehe. And guess what, I always use one!!

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(rebuilding a 351W)
 
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