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Part Number for Exhaust Tip Clamp 997.2

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Hi I removed my exhaust tips to install a Sharweks bypasss pipe, the bolts were seized tight and when I refitted them , one of them Sheared off, I need a replacement bolt and the 2 rounded clamping nuts.

Please can anyone identify a part number(s), the PET just shows the whole exhaust tip and not the bolts separately. It's a standard dual tip exhaust tip i.e one pipe in to 2 pipes out on each side and fixed with a single clamping ring ( Torx bolt I think 12 or 13mm head and rounded nuts that sit in to the clamp to tighten.

Cheers

Martin

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They likely don't sell the bolts only.

A good hardware store or auto parts store should have something very close - just make sure it is grade 8 or better with lock nuts.

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Thanks Loren I was beginning to suspect that , seems theres not a spare bolt set. thanks for the advice

All the Best

Martin

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