Putting it bk on its stock LIFT owner lowered it want normal again and muffler\exguast

Asked by Dec 30, 2015 at 01:32 AM about the 2000 Chevrolet S-10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2000 Chevy s10  2wd well I just bought it
well they failed to tell me I found out when I was  
checkn it out now this is the way I  can best explain
please asking for help  maybe I can do it   well the
ppl I bought it from  said a Spanish guy owned it
well he lowered it I look under and muffler\exguast  
goes no further passed  the middle its post to lead
all the way bk but it looks like it has  marks like
someone  fucked up the muffler only goes mid way
then tied  with wire to hold it up at end  how do I fix
it as u can see I don't know much but would like an
oppioion please on fixn it and do I need whole kit
....and another thing he lowered it how do I go
about on making it bk to normal like stock the way
Chevy built it to be I don't like it lowered want bk to
normal

4 Answers

69,325

Please don't use profanity. You can get your thoughts across without it. Sounds like you'll have to replace the exhaust system. Complete with the hangers. That's really no big deal. If you have to replace the catalytic converter be sure you check the emissions decal under the hood and see if you have Federal Emissions or California Emissions. With the converter it makes a difference. As far as it being lowered I'm not sure what's involved to put it back to original. Perhaps someone else can chime in on that part? HTH. -Jim

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21,085

you might be better off to ask a muffler shop who bends and builds exhaust systems ,preferably not the big chain shops ,they can see what can be saved and add to it. they'll also see what lowering maneuvering was done,

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250,885

The lowering part might require you to pick up some new or used stock springs and other suspension components.

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19,045

You have to see how they lowered it first. Typically people use blocks in the rear and all you would have to do is remove them to make the back normal. The front will either use a coil or spindle to lower it, you would have to replace which ever one they used to stock. As far as the exhaust, take it to a muffler shop.

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