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Flowmaster Pre-Bent Tailpipes

1987-1996 Ford F-150 2.5-Inch Dual Side Exit Aluminized Tailpipes

Part # 15828
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These Flowmaster pre-bent tailpipes fit the popular 1987 to 1996 Ford F-150 trucks. The tailpipes are 2.5-inch, 16-gauge aluminized steel and mandrel bent to allow better flow of the exhaust pulses as they exit the system. These tailpipes are designed to work with dual outlet mufflers and exit on each side of the bed, just after the rear tires. These tailpipes are a great way to add a factory like fitment tailpipe to a custom exhaust. Backed by Flowmaster's three year limited warranty.

Features:

  • Mandrel-Bent 2.5-Inch Aluminized Tubing for Improved Exhaust Flow and Increased Performance
  • Exits on Each Side of the Bed, Just After the Rear Tires
  • Designed for a Dual Outlet Muffler
  • A Great Way to Add Mandrel Bent Pipes to a Custom Exhaust System
  • Backed by Flowmaster’s Three Year Limited Warranty

About Flowmaster

Flowmaster® is a household name, and for good reason. They've built legendary exhaust systems and mufflers for decades, and now offer performance air intakes, catalytic converters, and headers to give your hot rod performance to match the iconic Flowmaster sound.

Brand Flowmaster
Emission Code5
Exit PositionDual Out Side
Product TypeExhaust Accessories
Single DualDual
System TypeTailpipe Kit
Tubing Diameter (in)2.5
Tubing MaterialAluminized Steel
UPC090127107805
California Proposition 65 RequiredNo
Part Number15828
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This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.

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