Walmart actually sells these? There is nothing on their website on this. Also, I'm assuming since you are using clamps you don't need to worry about deminsions? If you do, what are they?Go to Walmart and grab a stainless steel exhaust tip for $14.99, goes on with clamps and all you need is a wrench. I did that for about a year before I did my exhaust, lasted pretty nice and looked a lot better than the stock bland exhaust, even better than the GM LT tips.
X2, your local muffler shop should have what you're loking forYou could probably put one on yourself but it would be a much cleaner install if you get a local muffler shop to take care of you. They should carry a few in stock from you to choose from.
Chad, just my opinion, but yes, the dimensions will be a factor for a nice install. You don't want it sticking to far out and you don't want a large gap around the exhaust pipe and the installed end of your tip. (Been there, Done that).Walmart actually sells these? There is nothing on their website on this. Also, I'm assuming since you are using clamps you don't need to worry about dimensions? If you do, what are they?
Well the one I grabbed is too small so I returned it about 5 minutes after I purchased it. As for labor, they guy I called here locally said he would put it on for $20 as long as I bought it somewhere else because all of his are mainly for trucks and they will be too big. Just call and get a quote.Don't pay anyone to put a tip on the stock exhaust, not worth it because if your going to drop $50+ on labor just for one tip might as well do the whole exhaust.
Go to Walmart's auto section, they will have this below for $14.99. Buy it, grab a wrench, throw it over your tail pipe and adjust, than tighten it down. Your done.
I had one on my car for a year, no problems even with Michigan winters.i think your better off going to a local muffler shop. those walmart ones dont look like they are stainless and they will rust out fast