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    Anyone happen to know the part # or have the metal support bracket that the catalytic converter uses? Has two bolts and a flat piece of metal that runs through a rubber bushing?. I got one from the junkyard but I'm guessing it must be year specific cause the one I got says v6, but does not line up properly.

    Mine a 2000 Camaro.
    1990 Firebird 3.1 T-Tops<br />Flowmaster exhaust<br />Kenwood MP 825 Deck<br />4\" Rockfords w/ tweet in dash plate<br />3 Way 6x9 Rockords in rear sails<br />1970 Camaro 350

  • #2
    I am not sure what you are looking for? If it is a metal hanger can you exhaust guy not just weld in a new piece of steel that runs to the bushing?

    If it is the bushing, are you looking for this? https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...7hzvB5WQ%3D%3D


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    • #3
      Yeah a exhaust shop should be able to make another hanger if that’s what you need.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Javelin3o4 View Post
        Anyone happen to know the part # or have the metal support bracket that the catalytic converter uses? Has two bolts and a flat piece of metal that runs through a rubber bushing?. I got one from the junkyard but I'm guessing it must be year specific cause the one I got says v6, but does not line up properly.

        Mine a 2000 Camaro.

        96-02 GM p/n 10289505 - this is the part that bolts to the cat - what year car did you get it off of - a 93-95 3.4 is p/n 10267393
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        • #5
          I think I may have found the right one off another Camaro, I just need to go see if it lines up right, but for those who didn't know what I was talking about, it was this bracket.

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          Last edited by Javelin3o4; 03-30-2020, 08:42 PM.
          1990 Firebird 3.1 T-Tops<br />Flowmaster exhaust<br />Kenwood MP 825 Deck<br />4\" Rockfords w/ tweet in dash plate<br />3 Way 6x9 Rockords in rear sails<br />1970 Camaro 350

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          • #6
            Ahh gotchya- I still think your exhaust guy should be able to fabricate a work around for that piece fairly easily vs spending a ton of money. But glad you found the part!

            2002 SOM Z28 Camaro - 12.9 @ 104 mph
            1996 3800 Camaro - 13.43 @ 100.77 mph


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