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Thanks - Good Call - I plan on ordering separate gaskets and two new O2 censors. And hopefully be good to go




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I'd skip the O2 sensors unless you have a reason to replace them but I'd get some replacement studs for the exhaust manifold.

When you replace a y-pipe, half of the 6 studs will come out with the nut frozen on, 1 or 2 will break off, and the last one will be just fine...



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