Question about Chevrolet Blazer
You will need to measure, cut, and weld an aftermarket catalytic converter to get it to fit. You will need a welding kit, electric saw, hammer, and then get your Blazer up off the ground high enough so you can work underneath it. The OEM converter is a better choice if you want to do it at home because it will bolt right up without modifications. Click on the links below to read more:
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