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Over the Axle / Full Exhaust Anti Roll Bar

Does anyone have pictures of an anti-roll bar installed for use with the over the axle exhaust? I'm looking at the UPR 2000-07 or whatever other roll bars are being used and I'd like to see where they mount. I'd also like to make sure it works with a 9" rear.

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Does anyone have pictures of an anti-roll bar installed for use with the over the axle exhaust? I'm looking at the UPR 2000-07 or whatever other roll bars are being used and I'd like to see where they mount. I'd also like to make sure it works with a 9" rear.

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You might check with baseline suspensions. I believe they have an ARB that will allow full exhaust.



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You might check with baseline suspensions. I believe they have an ARB that will allow full exhaust.
It doesn't look like they have one on their site for over the axle exhaust, just options that offer more clearance for custom exhaust.

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I can't see any way that would work with over the axle exhaust. It might, but that's why I need to see pictures.

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You should make ur life easier and use dumps before the axel. Gets rid of the issue.
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It doesn't look like they have one on their site for over the axle exhaust, just options that offer more clearance for custom exhaust.
All of my ARB's are designed to clear 3" exhaust but not all 3" exhaust systems are designed the same so some customizing of the pipes may be in order. Although after nearly 20yrs I have only heard of one customer with a Flowmaster 3" system that had rubbing issues.
I also have a customer that custom built a 3.5" system and got it all to fit and with a 9" rearend, see below. This ARB kit was the bolt-in version:


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Team Z doesn't work with flowmaster 3" tailpipes, without some serious modification, so now I have dumps.
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You should make ur life easier and use dumps before the axel. Gets rid of the issue.
This is where I'm at right now and what my friend has all but talked me in to doing, the UPR one won't work with the braced 9". I just don't want to have empty slots on the back where the tail pipes go, so I'd like to fab something up so that they are there.

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All of my ARB's are designed to clear 3" exhaust but not all 3" exhaust systems are designed the same so some customizing of the pipes may be in order. Although after nearly 20yrs I have only heard of one customer with a Flowmaster 3" system that had rubbing issues.
I also have a customer that custom built a 3.5" system and got it all to fit and with a 9" rearend, see below. This ARB kit was the bolt-in version:


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I'll play around with my exhaust some more and see if I can change the angle. I'm not 100% convinced that I CAN'T get it to work, but that bolt in one would definitely work. What is the recommended distance on the axle tube brackets? Thanks for the reply!

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What is the recommended distance on the axle tube brackets? Thanks for the reply!
18.5" center/center.

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Lots of guys going under the axle with the exhaust now. Much simpler routing and no worries about the ARB. Ill be doing 3.5" aluminum under the axle soon


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Lots of guys going under the axle with the exhaust now. Much simpler routing and no worries about the ARB. Ill be doing 3.5" aluminum under the axle soon
I would love to see some pictures of people running it under the axle for idea's if anyone out there has done it?
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All of my ARB's are designed to clear 3" exhaust but not all 3" exhaust systems are designed the same so some customizing of the pipes may be in order. Although after nearly 20yrs I have only heard of one customer with a Flowmaster 3" system that had rubbing issues.
I also have a customer that custom built a 3.5" system and got it all to fit and with a 9" rearend, see below. This ARB kit was the bolt-in version:


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Kevin,

Do you know if Macs 3" catback/tailpipe system clears your antiroll bars on a foxbody platform?

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Do you know if Macs 3" catback/tailpipe system clears your antiroll bars on a foxbody platform?

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Sorry, I don't know for sure. I do know that the Flowmaster had issues and I haven't heard of any others having issues but I'm not saying that the MAC's will clear for certain.


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