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Please help! I purchased a used set of PSE cans, and when they arrived, they sound like there is a lot of metal shavings rattling inside them. Are they shot, is this just the beginning of the end, or are they ok? The seller has indicated that they sounded great on his car, and recommends that I install them to see how they sound. I know it is not much to install them, but I am in a cold area, so it will be a bit more of a project. One actually sounds like it has a larger "chunk" inside.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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Please help! I purchased a used set of PSE cans, and when they arrived, they sound like there is a lot of metal shavings rattling inside them. Are they shot, is this just the beginning of the end, or are they ok? The seller has indicated that they sounded great on his car, and recommends that I install them to see how they sound. I know it is not much to install them, but I am in a cold area, so it will be a bit more of a project. One actually sounds like it has a larger "chunk" inside.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

They're shot. sounds like the baffles are worn out.... like the sound from a worn-out cat converter when the guts start to come loose. hope not, but imho.... :(

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I decided to go ahead and install them (seller was ok with this) to see if the sound was affected and it was. I do not think the "light sand" sound when I shook them was causing the issue because one of the cans sounded fine. The other was horrible. It sounded like something broke loose inside, so I will be returning them this week. This was my fear too, but I was hoping... I am very bummed out as I have wanted pse since I bought the car.

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