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Will it fit inside a 370z? I plan on replacing my exhaust with an aftermarket one. And need to take it back will it fit or no? Let me know

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Old 07-28-2014, 05:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Will it fit inside a 370z?
I plan on replacing my exhaust with an aftermarket one.
And need to take it back will it fit or no?

Let me know guys!
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It'll be a tight cabin but it'll fit. Make sure to lay down some towels to prevent scratches on the interior pieces.
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1325 Thank you very much and for your advise will bring as much towels as i can!
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It'll be a tight cabin but it'll fit. Make sure to lay down some towels to prevent scratches on the interior pieces.
Yep, it fits, put the mid pipe on the passenger side.
And +1 for towels
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If you're planning on transporting a lot of parts for your car that might damage or scuff things might I recommend a mover's blanket. At one point they were going for like $8 at harbor freight. I'm sure it hits that price quite often. Best thing I investing in since I constantly transport wheels/tires, jacks, stands, etc.

http://www.harborfreight.com/72-inch...ket-66537.html

http://www.harborfreight.com/40-inch...ket-47262.html
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Glad I could be of assistance.
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Will it fit inside a 370z?
I plan on replacing my exhaust with an aftermarket one.
And need to take it back will it fit or no?

Let me know guys!
Funny I was going to post the same question yesterday after my axleback piece came in. The box was huge compared to the actually exhaust when I took it out. I put it in the trunk and had my sister take my car in to get it put on today . She said the stock muffler fit in the trunk. If it didn't then I was just going to go back and pick it up the next day.
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After my exhaust install, all the old stuff was put in the new items cardboard boxes, this won't scratch but you won't get it all to fit in in the Z that way.

The cheap moving blankets look like a good option if you are just going to let them clank around, that's one item harbor freight sells that you probably won't have to worry about build quality. Power tools on the other hand..
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