Question about 1996 Buick Skylark
You don't need a man. Go to an auto parts store. Tell him/her the model, engine size and describe the damage to the exhaust system. They will provide you with clamps, brackets and suggest tools that would make the job a bit easier. If you can drive the car to the store they will be better able to assess the damage and provide you with what you need. There are various types of hangers to attach the pipes to the frame. You might also need some tail pipe bends (adapters). If you can use a hacksaw you may be able to replace the muffler as well.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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