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84 s10 pipes

If I order a catalytic converter do I order the same exact size pipe? like if the pipe that goes into the catalytic converter is 2 1/4 inch do i order a catalytic converter that has a 2 1/4 pipe will it fit or does it have to be smaller?

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Yes, you have to order the same size. You also need a coupler that joins the pipe to the Cat.

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did you buy a genuine part?and even if you did, toyota buy in exhaust components, so different makers will be slightly different re bore size,the ONLY way to make sure all the parts of the exuast fit, is to buy the complete system,if you cannot modify the pipes to fit.... please do not try to weld a cat onto a pipe.....

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Pipes are usually measured by what is known as ID and OD. ID simply stands for inside diameter while OD stands for outside diameter. If the pipe you have going to the converter is 2 1/4 OD you would need the converter to have a 2 1/4 ID in order for the pipe to fit properly inside and to assure good sealing with a 2 1/4 clamp. Or welding is always an option...either way same rules apply.

Feb 20, 2009 | 1984 Chevrolet S-10

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it will work you can always put a sleve inside and weld around your pipe and clamp your converter

Feb 20, 2009 | 1984 Chevrolet S-10

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84 s10


Order the catalytic converter for that make and model and you will get the right size, assuming that the installation was done at the factory and has not been modified.

Feb 20, 2009 | 1984 Chevrolet S-10

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1984 chevy s10 exhaust


No, 2 pipes the same size will not go together. You will need to probably buy an adapter. Lets say you have a pipe 2 1/4 outer diameter "od" " that is measuring from the out side edges across the pipe, you will need a pipe with an inside diameter "id" of 2 1/4 . you get that measurement buy measuring the inside of the pipe. so a pipe with a 2 1/4 od will fit a pipe with 2 1/4 id. .. hope that helps

Best thing to do is take a piece of pipe from the truck and take the cat to the auto parts store and get all the adapters that way. That way you know for sure you got all the right parts.

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I suggest using a factory cat with a y-pipe behind the cat to your dual exhaust. LMC Truck makes a great bolt on duel exhaust with resonators. Easy to install and great sound.

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1984 s10 catalytic converter


Catco makes a nice very in expensive Convertor
this one in link is a direct replacement for a stock 84 Blazer

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if you are not all that mechanical take it to a muffler shop they are usually cheap to cut out and swap please make sure that your current exhasut is the still stock or you will need to know the diameter of the pipe they used

Feb 18, 2009 | 1984 Chevrolet S-10

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you can do it without weldind. If the old one is welded on then you will have to get another pipe to extend the pipe or get a cat long enoungh to fit the space than muffler clapit in place.

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