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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-06-2019, 02:42 PM
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All of these below parts apply to 67-69, and are completely incompatible with 1970 Mustangs.

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OK I think I've more or less figured out what to do for the muffler hangers. I will buy this:
And weld them to my floor,

And put it through the previous part, providing the mounting studs for the hanger,

Which will attach to the studs,

Then I need something that I can clamp to the exhaust that can also bolt to the previously linked hanger. Can someone please link to a part that would work? I think that would be easier than bolting.

For the tailpipe hanger someone said earlier that I need this (If that's the case, how do I use this thing? How does it attach to the exhaust? Where's the isolator?)

NPD told me that I need this:

And that thing says that it attaches to this:
Which appears to be the part that gets bolted to the frame rail.

So then where does that first thing come in?

So at this point, I THINK I understand what I need for the muffler hanger, though I could really use suggestions for how to attach the hanger itself to the exhaust. For the tailpipe hanger, I need a complete list of parts to go from the body to the exhaust. I'm kind of lost there.

I've been researching this for hours and I'm still confused, please help!

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I know they aren't factory correct, but what makes them incompatible? When it comes to hangers I'm starting from nothing. The rear frame rails were the same AFAIK and that's where the tailpipe hangers mount, so that shouldn't matter. As for the muffler hangers, I'm planning to weld in the floor reinforcements and drill holes where necessary. The shape of the floor did not change between 1969 and 1970 so I can't think of why that wouldn't work.
The exhaust system I'm trying to hang is not stock-style. I think it's this one:

After doing a bunch of research, I'm planning to order this:


And this:

And I'm pretty sure that will be everything I need.
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[QUOTE=Feethurt;10148126]Hello all,
Can someone please help me compile a full list of parts needed to hang this exhaust system with a full set of stock-style hangers?

GT22 is right on, those parts are for 67-69, not 1970 as the title to your post states
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That's fine, I don't care about being factory correct. I just want a durable, cost effective exhaust mounting solution. If it works it works.
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When I said "stock-style" I meant not the generic parts store stuff.
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These are the correct ones for a '70. If you don't have the brackets on the mufflers just fab up some "U" brackets and weld to the muffllers. Thats what i did because I have Flowmaster 50's.
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