I think I might have herniated something last night trying to slip-off the mufflers I have on my 2000 Road Glide. I don't know how long they have been on there, I just bought the bike, and as discolored as the right side muffler is I'd say it's been a while. The left one (read unused) muffler came off without too much effort. The right side muffler, which takes all the abuse, was a different story. Now I to be fair, I guess these mufflers slip-on without a problem, but they sure as hell don't slip-off too easy. Has anyone else had problems with their slip-on's/hacksaw-off's? Do you guys put anti-seize or something on new slip-on's to make future removal easier? Or am I just Speh-shul and can't figure out the secret of HD's asinine factory dresser exhaust?