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98 Tacoma exhaust manifold

Looking for any quick tips on replacing exhaust manifold on a 98 Toyota Tacoma. Mainly an easy way to get to the bolts at the rear of the manifold

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The best way i know is to heat the bolts using asceteline and oxygen and then use an impact to break them loose.

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