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glass pack or what kind of muffler

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i think its about time to replace the muffler on my 4.0 liter Cherokee. i just want something a little meaner sounding. so what would you guys reccomend a glass pack or what kind of muffler

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i think its about time to replace the muffler on my 4.0 liter Cherokee. i just want something a little meaner sounding. so what would you guys reccomend a glass pack or what kind of muffler

ive got dynomax bullet glasspacks, i like em because their the legal alternative to straight pipes. They get louder the longer you have em on. Plus theyre cheap.

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I have glasspacks on my 3.1 still with the cat and all that good stuff so not getto sounding, mine is the 30inch long one "longer they are the softer it sounds" and it sounds pretty good actully. Thats the way id go on a jeep just because it was 15$ and if you go 4x4in and smash the damn thing on a rock.. There cheap who cares. Just my 2cents on it

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i found a video of the flowmaster 44 series. i kinda like the way it sounds. any thought on it?

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go with the flowmaster 44. glasspacks degrade over time which will make your jeep sound like ass. and putting some longtube headers with a 3in exhaust sound great on the 4.0s

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what size does the jeep have already? 2.5ish?. for right now all i can really afford to do is the muffler. it already has a few small holes in it so i wanna try and get it replaced before it rusts out more

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what size does the jeep have already? 2.5ish?. for right now all i can really afford to do is the muffler. it already has a few small holes in it so i wanna try and get it replaced before it rusts out more

If not 2.5 it will be at least around there, if it is just the stock single pipe. Go measure it or just buy a 2.5 in/out muffler. If you have a little experience welding you can pretty easily weld 2.25 to 2.5, or just buy an adapter pipe from local autozone/advanced and then weld

And I agree with the flowmaster 44 series. Anything that is meant to be close to straight pipes(glasspack, 1 chamber mufflers, etc) won't sound all that mean with anything except a V8, it'll be a little ricey sounding imo.

Good luck with whichever muffler

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I have a Flowmaster 40 on my Cherokee- I like it a lot, sounds burbly at idle too. The 44 would be a little tamer I'd think.

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I've got a magnaflow on my Heep.

Has a low tone to it..I cut it off infront of the axle and welded the muffler on it though. I don't remember what series I picked up..it's just whatever they had at oriley's..

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I have a Flowmaster 40 on my Cherokee- I like it a lot, sounds burbly at idle too. The 44 would be a little tamer I'd think.

i have a 40 series on mine too but without the cat. its pretty loud without the cat and i think it sounded better with it but it sounds wicked at idle

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