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STEEL EXHAUST FLANGES RHINO 660 / RHINO 700

TIRED OF LOOSING EXHAUST NUTS? OR EXHAUST LEAKS THAT ALWAYS COMEBACK?

KMS Performance has the solution to warping and leaky aluminum exhaust

flanges. A pair of 3/8†steel exhaust flanges that won’t bend, warp or leak due to heat.

These flanges were designed to repair after market exhaust headers, that were [...]

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