Summit Racing Universal Rod Builders Exhaust Kit - Tube-B, Or Not Tube-B Photo Gallery
To get the tubing up and over the top of the rearend housing, I took two of the 180-degree bends and cut them in half at the center of the bend. I then turned one section around so one opening pointed in one direction and the second in the opposite direction and welded ’em together so they’d go up and over the axle tubes. I then did the same for the other side and added another pair of preformed tubing from the kit to form matching tailpipes which end almost exactly under where the rear bumper will be located. And there you have it—my home fabricated exhaust system courtesy of Summit Racing. As I said earlier, now that the system is in place I’ll go back and decide where I want to weld and where I’d like to stick with muffler clamps. That’s one of the other benefits of the kit--you don’t need a welder to assemble and use it.