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What is the nomenclature for the center pipe? It is broken on the rear side of the clamp.

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    Could not locate relevant comment ont thread. Pipe broken aft of catalytic convertergasket.It is rusted through. I need the name of the appropriate pipe to replace the one rusted through as I know no one who replaces pipes any more.

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