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Walker Front Pipe

Part No. 50206 Warranty Details  

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Walker premium pre-bent pipe features 100% aluminized steel construction for durability and is manufactured with precision benders, and then fixture checked insuring a precise fit for quick and easy installation. Walker is a "one-stop" convenience, offering complete engine-to-tailpipe coverage of replacement emissions control systems and components for popular domestic, import and commercial vehicle applications.

Product Features:
  • Manufactured from aluminized steel for durability
  • Manufactured with precision benders for easy installation
  • Designed to perform and fit like original equipment
  • Features OEM routings for hassle free installation
  • OE-style connectors and hangers (where applicable)
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Finish:Aluminized
Fitment:Direct Fit
Inlet Connection Type:3 Bolt Welded Flange
Inlet Quantity:2
Material:Steel
Outlet Connection Type:3 Bolt Welded Flange
Outlet Quantity:1
Overall Length:13.750 in
Pipe Diameter:2.500 in

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WalkerFront Pipe
 
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1.0

Seems Wrong

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from PA

Pros

  • It's Metal

Cons

  • Bent Wrong
  • Doesn't Fit Right

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    Comments about Walker Front Pipe:

    While it did match up to my manifolds, that is about the only place it lines up correctly. My exhaust, that was level with my old Y-pipe is now pointing up at a good angle and hitting my frame. That I could have dealt with since it is a custom system with room for tweaking. The real issue is that it interferes with my front driveshaft. I have been all over the specs published for this part, and none make a distinction between 2wd vs 4x4, so I assume it is meant for both, but looking at the area around the starter drop it appears to be bent for a 2wd vehicle. Not even the application notes on the in-store computer ask about 2wd vs 4x4, so I have to assume the part is just bent wrong.

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    What a piece of ****

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    from Ohio

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    Pros

    • None

    Cons

    • Leaks from holes in welds
    • Terrible design
    • Welds are terrible

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    • Paper weight

    Comments about Walker Front Pipe:

    all the welds were ****, they had holes and gaps and leaked like crazy.

    i fixed them as i am a professional welder but dang i thought walker was good. may never buy another walker piece again!

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    • Q:

      is there a gasket that goes between the exhaust manifold and the front pipe?
      Asked on 9/24/2014 by john from United States

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        A:

        Hi John, To locate the exact gasket, please provide us the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.

        Answered on 9/25/2014 by Steve from AAP
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