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70 CT1 exhaust pipe wanted

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70 CT1 exhaust pipe wanted was created by Dennis D

In need of an exhaust pipe for a 70 CT1. I believe the
AT will also work . 69-71 year range looks to be the same
according to the parts listing. 248-14610-70-00 should be
the part number on it. Closer to Mo. the better to help with
the shipping cost. Thanks, Dennis
05 Aug 2022 08:26 #1

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Replied by Gr8uncleal on topic 70 CT1 exhaust pipe wanted

My Bassani pipe here in the UK no good to you then! 

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Replied by Dennis D on topic 70 CT1 exhaust pipe wanted

It actually has a Hooker pipe on it now that he doesn't
care for the noise level of. 
05 Aug 2022 10:06 #3

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Replied by Schu on topic 70 CT1 exhaust pipe wanted

Too bad I'm in Michigan because I would trade you straight up for my original CT1C exhaust. But it's probably not worth the hassle of shipping. I already traded my original CT1B exhaust for a Hooker.

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If your Hooker still has the original aluminum heat shield without any cracks, it would be enough to sway me into the shipping hassle if you want to trade for a stock exhaust.
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Replied by Ht1kid on topic 70 CT1 exhaust pipe wanted

I have a expansion chamber for sale non baffle nice and loud if anyone is looking for Ct1 
05 Aug 2022 15:49 #5

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Replied by Dennis D on topic 70 CT1 exhaust pipe wanted

I told him I would keep the Hooker here for safe keeping

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. I may run it on my bike.
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