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Any sugestions on how to get my catalitic converter off my truck. the u bolts are removed but i can not get it to budge free. it is for a 1992 gmc sierra pickup

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You have to get it cherry with a torch and wiggle. You could cut the pipe on a strait section and use a coupler. If your just reusing the cat cut it close and air chisel out the rest then use a short tail pipe expander

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