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Old 06-08-2005, 09:06 AM   #1
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removing baffles

any suggestions on how to remove the baffles outta some vance and hines longshots?
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Re: removing baffles

Originally Posted by roadrash05
any suggestions on how to remove the baffles outta some vance and hines longshots?
sorry,, cant help you there.... i think they might be screwed in.. look for some screws... my dad cut the end caps off his exhaust and then unscrewed the baffles on his shadow.. but dont know if it'll work the same for you
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