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Alright chaps, I need help with something!

After dropping my bike on my bumper last night, I decided a hitch is no longer a "want" but a "need."

Right, so onto the point, I recently added a new to me Magnaflow catback exhaust to my car, but ended up hacking into the bumper to get the exhaust tips to fit.


So now it looks something like that.

Now, my question is, do you guys think a class three Curt hitch receiver is going to fit with that exhaust?
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that will all depend on where your frame rails are...
Nice choice in exhaust I would have gone turbo back but that is just me

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that will all depend on where your frame rails are...
Nice choice in exhaust I would have gone turbo back but that is just me
I got this exhaust for free, sooooooo, not going to be too picky about it, considering it was also gifted to me unexpectedly. My man friend was being impatient about installing it, so I said, "Whatever." Ha.

Anyway, I guess the best thing I can do is buy the hitch and do some tinkering underneath to see what the dealio is. Heh.
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Thanks... But did you read the original post?
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Thanks... But did you read the original post?

Yes. Not all of us have foresters with a magnaflow cat back

The reason for the link because it has videos showing the install which would better answer your question than people merely guessing

If you want a better answer, ask a forester forum for your generation
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Yes. Not all of us have foresters with a magnaflow cat back

The reason for the link because it has videos showing the install which would better answer your question than people merely guessing

If you want a better answer, ask a forester forum for your generation
I think you did answer her question by linking this video. From the looks of it she will be fine. She's gonna need to pull that fancy exhaust again, to install the hitch though.

Nice install video, to bad cars aren't that clean on the under side

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