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Hello out there,
I am working on my 65. One of the things I am doing is replacing the exhaust system. One of the owners, before me, installed glass packs. They dumped them off right under the back seat. I ordered a complete system without the resonators. The kit didn’t come with any of the clamps or hangers. The hanger insulator (the rubber and steel piece that mount to the chassis) are still in place. I ordered the rear hangers and all the clamps. What I can’t find is the hanger that goes over the axel. I can’t even find a picture of it. If someone can post a picture or a link to the part, that would be great. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Here's the parts diagram showing the clamps.

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Thank you John, now I know what I'm looking for.
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You're welcome. Hopefully you'll find something that works.

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Well, I'm just going to make the part that bolts around the pipe. It look simple enough. Maybe I'll post a picture of the complete project.
I 'm also in staling a Classic AutoAir AC and Heating system. Their will also be a Edelbrock E-Street EFI and Universal Fuel Sump in the mix.
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