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Looks like the exhaust has seen better days on the Gs so could do with some advice. The rear boxes look shot so i am thinking stainless steel for these two sections. The section in front of them i am not sure about. Is that a cat. It looks fooked as it has been dragged about on the last owners drive and on mine already. Might need to replace that as well. I could do with a diagram of the exhaust sections from a manual so i can see what it what. Does such a thing exist?

Could do with some help here guys.

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Looks like the exhaust has seen better days on the Gs so could do with some advice. The rear boxes look shot so i am thinking stainless steel for these two sections. The section in front of them i am not sure about. Is that a cat. It looks fooked as it has been dragged about on the last owners drive and on mine already. Might need to replace that as well. I could do with a diagram of the exhaust sections from a manual so i can see what it what. Does such a thing exist?

Could do with some help here guys.

Try this it is for the GS300,

http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_1999_LEXU...EAQFW_1702.html

Good luck

Norman

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Looks like the exhaust has seen better days on the Gs so could do with some advice. The rear boxes look shot so i am thinking stainless steel for these two sections. The section in front of them i am not sure about. Is that a cat. It looks fooked as it has been dragged about on the last owners drive and on mine already. Might need to replace that as well. I could do with a diagram of the exhaust sections from a manual so i can see what it what. Does such a thing exist?

Could do with some help here guys.

Try this it is for the GS300,

http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_1999_LEXU...EAQFW_1702.html

Good luck

Norman

Was that diagram any good a reply would be nice as it helps other members if they also need information

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Looks like the exhaust has seen better days on the Gs so could do with some advice. The rear boxes look shot so i am thinking stainless steel for these two sections. The section in front of them i am not sure about. Is that a cat. It looks fooked as it has been dragged about on the last owners drive and on mine already. Might need to replace that as well. I could do with a diagram of the exhaust sections from a manual so i can see what it what. Does such a thing exist?

Could do with some help here guys.

Try this it is for the GS300,

http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_1999_LEXU...EAQFW_1702.html

Good luck

Norman

Was that diagram any good a reply would be nice as it helps other members if they also need information

Yes sorry for not saying thanks, just been real busy this week. I had the car on a ramp today and the center cat has been hit very hard and is out of shape. It is leaking at both ends and has been scraping the floor for some time by the state of it. I need a new one anyway. I will replace that part and look into having the rest done in stainless i think.

Found one on ebay for around £170. Is that a good price?

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Looks like the exhaust has seen better days on the Gs so could do with some advice. The rear boxes look shot so i am thinking stainless steel for these two sections. The section in front of them i am not sure about. Is that a cat. It looks fooked as it has been dragged about on the last owners drive and on mine already. Might need to replace that as well. I could do with a diagram of the exhaust sections from a manual so i can see what it what. Does such a thing exist?

Could do with some help here guys.

Try this it is for the GS300,

http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_1999_LEXU...EAQFW_1702.html

Good luck

Norman

Was that diagram any good a reply would be nice as it helps other members if they also need information

Yes you have done well there because they are not cheap as a rule.

Yes sorry for not saying thanks, just been real busy this week. I had the car on a ramp today and the center cat has been hit very hard and is out of shape. It is leaking at both ends and has been scraping the floor for some time by the state of it. I need a new one anyway. I will replace that part and look into having the rest done in stainless i think.

Found one on ebay for around £170. Is that a good price?

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Looks like the exhaust has seen better days on the Gs so could do with some advice. The rear boxes look shot so i am thinking stainless steel for these two sections. The section in front of them i am not sure about. Is that a cat. It looks fooked as it has been dragged about on the last owners drive and on mine already. Might need to replace that as well. I could do with a diagram of the exhaust sections from a manual so i can see what it what. Does such a thing exist?

Could do with some help here guys.

Try this it is for the GS300,

http://www.toyodiy.com/parts/p_E_1999_LEXU...EAQFW_1702.html

Good luck

Norman

Was that diagram any good a reply would be nice as it helps other members if they also need information

Yes you have done well there because they are not cheap as a rule.

Yes sorry for not saying thanks, just been real busy this week. I had the car on a ramp today and the center cat has been hit very hard and is out of shape. It is leaking at both ends and has been scraping the floor for some time by the state of it. I need a new one anyway. I will replace that part and look into having the rest done in stainless i think.

Found one on ebay for around £170. Is that a good price?

They are available on ebay. Two different sellers. One is around the £170 and the other is over £190

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