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So after a year or so of having half of my crap stainless exhaust system on my P38, I finally want to sort it - and that means going back to a 'standard' rear section, with a straight through pipe in the middle. The latter is already sorted. What I need is the rear section...

It seems a lot of aftermarket stuff is hit and miss, and what I want to avoid is something that doesn't fit or sit level again... with that in mind, has anyone tried one of these?

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RANGE-ROVER-P38-4-0-4-6-petrol-2-5TD-BMW-TWIN-REAR-EXHAUST-BOXES-97-02/122395564119?hash=item1c7f581857:g:91YAAOxy4kpQ9az0

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I don't know if aluminised steel is much better than mild. I'm keeping an eye out for a sensibly priced, standard, stainless version at some point. My 50th Defender one came from Rimmer - which fits well and mimics the original, but the SS and the welds still lose their shine after a few heat cycles. My P38 has a Klarius one - which bumps on the panhard rod if i go v fast over speed bumps, but I'm not sure if I should blame that on the manufacturer, or the welder. What's wrong with your SS version, Sloth ? is it badly designed?

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I got a full system from eBay including cats a couple of years ago. It fit perfectly. It was mild steel and made by Allmakes 4x4 and sold through Maltings Off Road. They have a "trade club" that gives a discount if you phone them direct and join.

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I'm not fussed whether its mild steel or this alumin... thing. If I have enough inclination I'll paint the whole thing with VHT paint anyway - certainly at least the back boxes again to hide them a bit.

I'll see if I can find one listed as allmakes4x4 this evening :)

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Mine came from Maltings too but the label said AllMakes. Decent quality and fitted well.