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    Default 4th Gen F-body exhaust hangers GM part numbers

    Hey All, Does anybody have the GM part numbers for the exhaust hangers. I'm missing the part that bolts to a T56 with the rubber grommet and the part that slips into that grommet and bolts to the downpipe bracket. After alot of searching I can't find a diagram with all the part numbers. Can anybody help?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOATMON View Post
    Hey All, Does anybody have the GM part numbers for the exhaust hangers. I'm missing the part that bolts to a T56 with the rubber grommet and the part that slips into that grommet and bolts to the downpipe bracket. After alot of searching I can't find a diagram with all the part numbers. Can anybody help?
    Nolan
    none of them are made anymore to my knowledge. I had to call hawks third gen and have them take the complete bracket/bolt assembly off a salvage car

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOATMON View Post
    Hey All, Does anybody have the GM part numbers for the exhaust hangers. I'm missing the part that bolts to a T56 with the rubber grommet and the part that slips into that grommet and bolts to the downpipe bracket. After alot of searching I can't find a diagram with all the part numbers. Can anybody help?
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    U could always just swing by an exhaust shop amd see what they would use...

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    Hey Tubby, Thanks for the reply and I see you are correct on the availability factor. I did find the GM part numbers after alot of google drilling. It seems the parts remained the same for automatic and stick shift cars from the LT1 all the way up to the LS1 cars. Thats according to one source, so don't quote me on it. The part that bolts to the transmission has two different GM numbers, either 10284835 or 10293946, the hanger that slips into this part and bolts onto the down pipe assembly is part# 10262319. I may get a dealer to do a nationwide search and see if any dealers might have them collecting dust. Thanks again. Nolan
    '94 Z28 Bone stock,4l60e
    '97 SS SLP,T56,385 stroker,AFR210,XFI292,NO traction til top of 3rd gear.
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    Hey Popo, Thanks for the reply. I could probably get some from a salvage car like Tubby did, but I'm thinking that I can likely fabricate a hanger bracket myself. I've already got all the parts required to make this a DIY project what won't require a muffler shop. Once I get it all hung under the car, I may find that I don't even need this hanger, we'll see. Nolan
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    '97 SS SLP,T56,385 stroker,AFR210,XFI292,NO traction til top of 3rd gear.
    '57 Chevy 3100 p/u LT1/T56

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOATMON View Post
    Hey Popo, Thanks for the reply. I could probably get some from a salvage car like Tubby did, but I'm thinking that I can likely fabricate a hanger bracket myself. I've already got all the parts required to make this a DIY project what won't require a muffler shop. Once I get it all hung under the car, I may find that I don't even need this hanger, we'll see. Nolan
    personally I don't run that hanger

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOATMON View Post
    Hey Popo, Thanks for the reply. I could probably get some from a salvage car like Tubby did, but I'm thinking that I can likely fabricate a hanger bracket myself. I've already got all the parts required to make this a DIY project what won't require a muffler shop. Once I get it all hung under the car, I may find that I don't even need this hanger, we'll see. Nolan
    Good deal man. Keep us posted thru the steps.

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