Flex Coupler for Exaust
My 1990 Mitsubishi Galant with 150,000 finally developed an exaust leak. The system is stainless steel. The leak is near the exaust manifold and is at a flexible connector between the down pipe from the manifold and the pipe going to the catalitic converter. The whole pipe is $270, wow. Looking in JC Whitney I see they sell just the flex couplers, for about $20 in stainless steel. It appears I can take the pipe down, remove the flex connector and install the new/replacement flex connector. Anyone do this before?
One concern I have, the Mits is all metric, I'd assume, and JC Whitney sells the connectors in various lenght and Inside Diameter, all given in inches.