I'm not sure if this is where I should post this but please bare with me. Next Project on my panel truck was exhaust. I went to my local tire and mechanics shop and got a quote for $350, not bad for around here. I made an appointment took my panel truck in and got a call back at home about 1/2 hr latter saying it was going to cost $675, I was polite and said this was out of my price range I'll come get my truck, hung up and proceeded to come unglued. Now under stand I've been a Partsman, Mechanic, and Bodyman. This is an insanely high price for a vehicle that is Not Required to have any catalytic converters already has headers installed, with new collectors and Gaskets sitting on the seat. So I made a few phone calls out of the book at a parts house the pre-bent pipe 2 1/4" came to $230 with out mufflers. I new I could beat that so I tried ebay, nope even higher. One last place LMC truck, (Sorry Classic I would have preferred you guys) dual exhaust pre-bent 2 1/4" with glass packs $230 with freight. Called a friend, with a lot more exhaust experience than I. (He used to work at the same shop that quoted me that outrageous price and and thought the same thing I did that some one was higher than a kite.) When it arrived and we had the system installed in two and a half hours, off the floor on creepers, very little modification. Used one of the front manifold pipes to extend the mid pipe 6" welded it up to the collectors, over all fit very good. Sounds a little loud but nice. Took it out for a test drive this after noon to check the mail and threw the timing chain. Should have it back together tomorrow. My point is don't always except your first bid, and check the timing chain and or belt on a used engine when installing it. I usually do for a customer but not for me. I like chasing wrenches.