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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-05-2017, 01:28 AM Thread Starter
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Stock rear exhaust hangers the same on wagon and sedan?

My over axel pipes on my '95 wagon rusted through. I got Walker replacements but now realize the rear hangers were changed from stock. Anyone have pics of what they look like on a wagon? I know there are a couple rubber mounts that must attach to a metal bracket. I'm looking for the metal brackets. Are they the same as a sedan if I'm looking at a part-out car?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-06-2017, 08:40 PM
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They should be the same as the sedan. They attach to the frame, and the space from the frame to the pipe is the same. Sorry no pics.

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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-07-2017, 04:52 AM
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They are the same between sedans and wagons. When the parts where still available as new, GM sold the hanger with the rubber insulators as a unit.

Used brackets should be easy to source from a donor B-Body. If the rubber insulators are bad, generic ones are available from just about any exhaust shop.

For reference see the attached pic:

#12, Driverside Resonator Hanger Assembly, part number 10204012
#11, Passenerside Resonator Hanger Assembly, part number 10200427
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I will say that the stock ones off my 95 SS were a PITFA to get off, went with flowmasters and used aftermarket hangers. Drivers side was just enough to get a ratchet wrench on, size 15mm, and took forever. Passenger side was 17mm for some reason and barely enough to get a open end, no chance of a normal ratchet and socket. After dousing it in penetrating fluid and shoving the thinnest 3/8" ratchet and socket combo i could find up in the gap between the bracket and the body it broke loose and eventually got it out. First time I broke a sweat working on that damn car and busted more of my knuckles than the Caprice front end.


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