392 muffler & tail pipes

dgerb

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Anyone here worried about hitting the 392 muffler and/or tail pipes when wheeling on the rocks?
 
Yeah I was Thinking that when I was Doing my walk around at the dealer when I purchased it, a week later not to my surprise... we took it off road and yeah that damn exhaust got in the way. Im working Fabspeed on a new titanium set up with a real X pipe because it looks like Jeep gave us a couple lies👎🏼 First lie: Bean lock wheels, that was a lie, it’s just a cover screwed on...lie number 2: X pipe isn’t a real X pipe. When fab speed looked at it with an internal câmara they said it wasn’t a real X pipe. 😒
 
Yeah I was Thinking that when I was Doing my walk around at the dealer when I purchased it, a week later not to my surprise... we took it off road and yeah that damn exhaust got in the way. Im working Fabspeed on a new titanium set up with a real X pipe because it looks like Jeep gave us a couple lies👎🏼 First lie: Bean lock wheels, that was a lie, it’s just a cover screwed on...lie number 2: X pipe isn’t a real X pipe. When fab speed looked at it with an internal câmara they said it wasn’t a real X pipe. 😒
What part of the exhaust did you hit? I had a similar thing on my JKUR with aftermarket exhaust in Moab a couple of years ago....flattened the tips and had to cut them off to get home...

I hope there some sort of solution on the 392...
 
Tips and the large box muffler hanging
I wonder if the muffler can be moved up/back or the tips repositioned. If the whole thing is replaced, the 2 exhaust level function will be lost. I would have been nice if the designer of that section would have been rock crawling savvy. Of course a lift and 37's or 40's may help, except when going off steep ledge.
 
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