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Hi All,

I thought I'd post this in the main forum too in case anyone could shed further light.

I'm looking for a new exhaust as I've had to have the backbox on one side welded back on after rusting and falling off on the M60! The mechanic said it would hold for the time being but I should look to replace pretty soon.

My car is a 58 plate but it's a face-lift model and was registered in Jan 2009 so I have the updated back lights etc.

I've been scouring the internet and stumbled across this

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LEXUS-IS250-SALOON-2-5-PETROL-RWD-2005-2008-REAR-EXHAUST-SILENCER/112521866538?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649#vi-ilComp

I've contacted this chap on Ebay who said this exhaust wouldn't be compatible but I can't see any mechanical differences to that of the Non-facelift car and understood them to have the same 

Couldn't anyone advise whether this would fit?

Thanks

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Exhaust is same as far as i know. So should fit.

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There was no change to the chassis on the facelift so there is no reason yo think this will not fit. It it does require tweeking then an exhaust centre will be able to do that with no problem. If anything it may require a bit of "tweeking" on the box hangers as its not an OEM part but thats a simple weld job for any exhaust centre

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I’m searching for a mid section for my IS250 2006. Exhaust is rusted. Needs TLC 

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I have a mid section that I was going to use on my 2007 IS250.  Should fit OK of you are interested.  What's the state of the rest of the exhaust as the rear section tenmds to go as well.

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On 10/22/2019 at 9:57 PM, KenMavor said:

I have a mid section that I was going to use on my 2007 IS250.  Should fit OK of you are interested.  What's the state of the rest of the exhaust as the rear section tenmds to go as well.

They didn't raise any concerns when I had the backbox welded back on.

 

Just needed that section replacing was what they said

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