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Old 03-04-2019, 03:46 AM   #1
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Exhaust Pipe Hanger

Hey everyone,

I have a 2000 international bus, and I have bee. Looking for a replacement exhaust Pipe hanger for about 2 weeks. I've checked every website I could find with no luck. The closest I came was on unitedmuffler.com... They have a few that go up to 11" diameter but I need a 13". Anyone have any idea where to find one?!!
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Old 03-04-2019, 08:36 AM   #2
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Old 03-04-2019, 09:06 AM   #3
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Your pipe doesn't look anywhere close to being 13" in diameter. Are you measuring the diameter or the circumference?

Most exhaust on busses is 4" diameter. Any local autoparts store should have a 4 inch band clamp, which is what I'm thinking you need. It looks like you need a new hanger and clamp for that as well.

If your exhaust is 4", here are the part numbers from napa that you'll need.

7335976 - Flat Band Exhaust Clamp
7321009 - Hanger
7335752 - Exhaust U Bolt

I keep all of that in stock, as does the local napa store, so you should have a good chance of those items being available.
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Old 03-04-2019, 11:37 AM   #4
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Thank you for the quick response! That's probably the circumference haha. My brother measured it. I'll go check the "diameter". Thank you for adding the part number as well. I really appreciate it!
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Old 03-04-2019, 12:41 PM   #5
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I just removed an 8' section of pipe at the rear of my Genesis. I have 2 of those brackets available. Make me an offer I can't refuse.
I even have a 4" coupler I'll throw in if you need it.
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Any heavy duty parts store will have them. You'll want a hanger, clamp.
You also might want to cut out the rotten part and slip an oversized section over it. +2 clamps if you go that road.
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Any heavy duty parts store will have them. You'll want a hanger, clamp.
You also might want to cut out the rotten part and slip an oversized section over it. +2 clamps if you go that road.

Turns out that the FAMILY SIZE (i.e. 50 ounce) DelMonte green bean cans will slip over the pipe almost perfectly and will clamp down tightly. I used one such can and two 4" exhause pipe clamps from an auto parts store to make a temporary repair until I could redesign our exhaust system.


My wife now calls the cans "exhaust pipe repair kits".
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Thanks for everyone’s reply. This is what I need. I found the clamps but still can’t find this exact piece. It’s a 4” diameter.
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Thanks for everyone’s reply. This is what I need. I found the clamps but still can’t find this exact piece. It’s a 4” diameter.
That is a clamp. There's 2 in the pic I posted.
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Thanks for everyone’s reply. This is what I need. I found the clamps but still can’t find this exact piece. It’s a 4” diameter.

I'd suggest you go to a local auto parts store ... something like tht is quite commonplace.
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