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    What would be a good tool to use to take out baffles from cobra pipes. I got the top one out with a crow bar(no damage to pipe) but the bottom one not budging. I used wd-40 alot. But so far not budging. Any knowledge someone can throw my way be greatly appreciated.
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    On my cobra pipes there is a screw on the underside that holds the baffle in place ... you would need to take the end piece off and undo the screw to get baffle out.
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    Yeah I did all that first. I removed the top baffle wasnt to bad. But bottom one just want budge. I even took the whole pipe off and filled it full of liquid wrench and still cant get the baffle to move at all. So I am not sure how to remove it.

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    If you can remove the pipe is there any way to get a punch on the rear of the baffle and hammer it out that way or if it is not tapered perhaps you could hammer it in a little bit to break the baffle loose. Just spit-balling here. If it is rust holding it in, in my experience you need to hammer on it to break the bond, pulling and twisting will not usually do the trick. Good luck.
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    Because of the way the pipe is bent not sure but I will give it a try. Preciate ur help

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    Have you tried a slide hammer?

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    Not yet I'm not sure actually how to start it with slide hammer. Any suggestions

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    Quote Originally Posted by kshackelford View Post
    Not yet I'm not sure actually how to start it with slide hammer. Any suggestions

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    Different exhaust.....but this will give you an idea anyway.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2RhaDPLyA4

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    Also look really good at the inboard side of the exhaust and be sure there are no retaining screws holding the baffles in place.

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    That's what I'm been looking for preciate ur help

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