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Freddie

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About Freddie

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    Boxa - Baby

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    leapfroganimation.co.uk

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    Devon

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    3.2 Speed Yello

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  1. Just done mine a few days ago now, had a spare hour, very easy to do once the car is raised, my sleeves were so old the bolts were gone, and the crappy A clamps were so corroded I wangled them off with a screwdriver. If I had a few quid more I'd replace the U pipes for something shiny but the old ones are perfectly usable for now, so a good clean and some paste has made a good seal. It has made a big different in how the car idles now that there's no gases escaping, very smooth, and it now sounds like it should with a throatier burble, so sounds awesome just pootling around the lanes. More importantly it now passed it's mot. Thanks Boxob for the how-to, very helpful.
  2. Ta for this, am doing mine at the weekend, bought the single OEM clamps from 9Apart and saved a few quid. I am told these citroen sleeves ones are the same fit as the OEM ones, so I bought a pair - £11 each, here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Exhaust-Repair-Pipe-Sleeve-Citroen-Peugeot-45mm-x-80mm-77-03-083-443/122166433209?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
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