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Re: 2 1/2" copper exhaust

Post by drrot » Mon Jun 05, 2017 7:33 am

THANKS! When you get a chance can you find out if the 3" is 3"OD I have bought the 2 1/2" and it is 2 1/2" OD.
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1950 Chris-Craft 22' Sportsman U-22-1532
1957 Chris-Craft 26' Sea Skiff SK-26-515
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Re: 2 1/2" copper exhaust

Post by island time » Tue Jun 13, 2017 6:10 am

Sorry I didn't reply before now. Your post went on the next page and I didn't see it.
The 3" pipe is indeed 3" O.D. With plumbing pipe the O.D. is constant and the I.D. changes with wall thickness.

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Re: 2 1/2" copper exhaust

Post by J. Corbin » Wed Aug 09, 2017 9:47 am

I bought my Copper pipe in California for my Cadillac Cobra. I sent templets out to another place and had them bent out there also. They pull a shoe around The pipe and pull a ball through the inside at the same time. No wrinkles. Jim Corbin ! Cobra # BR-21044

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