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Old 12-01-2012, 06:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was just given a set of rinehart slip ons to see if I can sell em. problem Im seeing as trying to get info on them is that the inlet for the slip on is 2" and does not fit most bike headpipes from what Im seeing. Part numbers that are stamped on em are R5-0009C & R5-0010C. What will these fit and what is a going price for these. Also wondering if an adapter can be used to go from the smaller headpipe to the slip ons and what that would run
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I was just given a set of rinehart slip ons to see if I can sell em. problem Im seeing as trying to get info on them is that the inlet for the slip on is 2" and does not fit most bike headpipes from what Im seeing. Part numbers that are stamped on em are R5-0009C & R5-0010C. What will these fit and what is a going price for these. Also wondering if an adapter can be used to go from the smaller headpipe to the slip ons and what that would run
Not sure about adapters, but that's one of the design features of Rinehart slip-ons; they are made to fit Rinehart pipes.
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:11 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Rinehart makes mufflers to slip in stock pipes. The mufflers you have probably fit their true dual head pipes.
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Old 12-02-2012, 12:55 PM   #4 (permalink)
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theres a whole bunch of sizes of muff adapters at any auto parts store and will be hidden under chrome ht shealds...only prob is you might need to trim the length on one or the other just did that for a 2010 nightstick onto early 80" headpipe...trimmed the header...looked and worked perfect.
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