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Since replacing my rear x member earlier this year my exhaust has been knocking a bit when the roads get a bit pot holeish.

I've just got around to having a look underneath and it seems I'm missing a hanger by the middle box,

I have a bracket underneath so where can I get the hanger bit?

Does anyone have an idea of the part number needed?

Thanks

Steve

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It's just at the front of the centre box.

It's the only other bracket I can find and I'm sure something was there when I took it off to do the x member.

I have a hanger right at the end but that only supports the curved section at the end before it comes out by the mudflap

Thanks

Steve

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forward end of centre box big plate bracket fits on to gearbox left mount, diagram should help.

Ralph,

Could you be so kind as to post a diagram of the next section towards the rear. I have a clamp that is bolted to a bracket that forms part of the gearbox mount that has sheared meaning that the exhaust vibrates against the chassis at a certain rev range making a head-turning banshee noise!

Thanks,

simon

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Ralph,

Could you be so kind as to post a diagram of the next section towards the rear. I have a clamp that is bolted to a bracket that forms part of the gearbox mount that has sheared meaning that the exhaust vibrates against the chassis at a certain rev range making a head-turning banshee noise!

Thanks,

simon

Ignore that. I'm talking b*****ks (again). This is the right diagram!!!

:blush:

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