Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
What model? What year? What engine?
How could anyone answer here without that info.
Get a piece of cardboard (not corugated) and scissors.
Cut a rectangular notch in the side of the carboard.
Try to slip it over the pipe where you want to measure.
Keep trimming until it JUST fits.
Measure that space with a ruler and you have the outside diameter of the pipe.
Aftermarket parts are available from major parts suppliers by providing make and model information at all the major parts web sites which I will not advertise the names. They will show you what they have that fits--- asuming all is still equal to orginal factory spec.
Be aware that while you don't have to purchase a CONVERTER from the dealer--- still in many locations the convertor has to meet the OEM specifications exactly (for example California). These will be less money than the dealer but not "cheap", because the part is certified for the application with the appropriate state or federal agency. I believe in general - stuff since 1997/98 falls into that category.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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