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I thought I seen somewhere here where the trackhawk quad tips will bolt up to the Challenger resonators. Anyone have some input if they will work? Jeff

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Here is the part numbers if anyone is interested.. 68306589AB, 68306590AB

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I don’t want to like the quad tips on the Challenger and then I see something like this. Damn that’s sharp!
 

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I don’t want to like the quad tips on the Challenger and then I see something like this. Damn that’s sharp!
Technically the Challengers have the 70-74 Cuda exhaust tips. They should have used the 70-74 Challenger R/T tips.
 

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Where did you get them?
I got them from a member on this forum, he posted it in the for sale section. Do I have these on backwards??
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thanks I will swap them out...
 

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I know that the stock exhaust tips are clamped on but are they also tach welded. So my next question is are the forum members who have done this mod tach welding their tips. Has anyone had them fall off because they weren’t tach welded ?
 

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They won't fall off as the part that clamps the tips to the muffler is round/bell shaped and the tips can't come off was the clamp is in place. The clamp is actually concave and not flat so that when it is tightened over the bell it can't come loose. The tack weld on the clamp is pretty weak. Mine was on crooked as hell and was preventing me from lining up the tips properly. So I was able to grab the clamp and work it back and forth until the weld snapped, it was pretty easy. This allowed me to place the clamp centered over the bell to give a perfect fit. No tack welds here.
 
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