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BRC107FF Exhaust Flange Flex Repair Pipe Chevy Malibu Pontiac G6 Saturn Aura 3.5 - Bear River Converters

BRC107FF Exhaust Flange Flex Repair Pipe Chevy Malibu Pontiac G6 Saturn Aura 3.5

Bear River Converters

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Chevrolet Malibu 3.5L '04-'06 & '08-'10 
Pontiac G6 3.5L '05-'06 & '08-'10 
Saturn Aura 3.5L '08 
Semi-Direct Fit Front of Y-Pipe Flange Flex Repair Kit 
Inlet MUST be Welded, NOT Clamped (On '04 Malibu, Outlet MUST be Welded, as it is reversed on this application) 
Includes Gasket and Hardware 
5 Year/50,000 Mile Manufacturer Warranty  
We cannot be responsible for improper fitment. 
Please read the description carefully to make sure that this flange flex repair will fit your vehicle.
Being that this is a semi-direct fit kit, minor modifications may be required to achieve fitment on some applications.
Bear River Converters is not responsible for any additional charges that may occur as a result of this.
Visible Flex Braid Length: 2”
Inlet Length: 11/16"
OAL: 5 1/4”
Inlet ID: 1 25/32”
Inlet OD: 2"
Flange Thickness: 5/16”
Bolt Hole Center to Center: 3 1/2"
Bolt Hole Diameter: 13/32"
Flange Material: Mild Steel
Flex Material: Stainless Steel
Weight: 1 lbs. 9 oz.
We are so confident in the quality of our repair kits, that we offer a guarantee that our repair kits will not fail due to corrosion, cracking, or splitting for 5 years/50,000 miles, whichever happens first. This warranty does not cover damage that may be the result of improper use, including, but not limited to: road damage, overheating, missing hangers, broken motor mounts, etc. If for any reason our repair kit fails under normal use, we will replace it free of charge. Your original invoice and picture of the failed repair kit while still installed will be required for warranty. Our warranty does not cover shipping, labor costs or other installation costs. It also does not cover any incidental or consequential damages.
Product manufactured and assembled in the United States

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