This one is the classic snapped off hanger... its obvious why they break... thinish steel that holds up the exhaust on one side only its bound to break... and i think i know exactly what did it... 2 weeks ago i was out and wanted to stop to talk to some buddies who were parked in the dirt... i went over two ruts slowly but still tapped the exhaust a lil.
Anyways ill build up a new bracket tomorrow... i think im going to end up using the two nuts and bigger bracket above to bolt a new bracket too that holds the exhaust bracket on both sides instead of one. Cus re-welding on the stock part just seems kinda pointless.
Mine turned up broken on the last chain adjustment too, it was fine on the previous adjustment, I guess it's time to install the reinforcement bracket I picked up from the last run.
On another note I noticed my gauge faces are starting to bubble now too
aiite, who's confessing this bit? nd4spdbh or so cal troll? guess it doesn't really matter, that 919's getting a bit too much "love"....
no wonder you love the stock exhaust, it has the smaller outlets which is perfect for you
HAHAHA ya that was a lil confession.
As far as repairing the bracket i decided not to weld the stock one back on. But rather use the bigger bracket thats aready there with the two welded on nuts. And weld up my own bracket that bolts on to that... so it wont ever fail again!