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Old 03-07-2003, 19:29   #1 (permalink)
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250 xflow extractors

Whats the best extractorsa to get for a 250 in an xe

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Old 03-07-2003, 20:11   #2 (permalink)
 
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Where in Melbourne are ya? I got some 250 extractors u can have very cheep :) They were off my old ute, i was going to put them on my XE Spac Sedan but i never got around to it before i gave the car to my old man to use for work. Neway, i cant remember what brand they are. Make me an ok offer (no not $5) and there yours!
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I'm in East Keilor (near essendon)
Where are you?
I really wouldnt know what to offer. just tell me what you want for em.
How old are they? are they all rusty and stuff?
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$35 sound ok?
They are about 10 years old. They had some surface rust when i took em off the ute a few years ago so i sandblasted them and painted them with the only high temp paint i could find at the time! Unfortunatly they are sky blue but thats nothing a can of paint wont fix. :)
Im in frankston.
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Sounds like a bargain!!
Dont suppose a pic of em would be too much to ask?

Also, to put them on do i need to do any welding or should the flange line up with one already on the exhaust?
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Yer, i think u may need to weld it. I havnt got a pic and the camera is at my girlfriends house. Just went to have a look at em and theres spiderwebs all round the place! Ewwwww! I dont wanna touch em now!
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There still there is u want them. I can meet ya 1/2 way if u want :)
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Thnaks mate
I have a house down at sorrento so i'm passing through frankston on the way throuhg all the time. So next time i go down i will mauil you before hand and i can pic em up or somehitng?
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