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Exhaust Shop Recommendation

Hello all, I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations on exhaust shops in the Baltimore area, South East/East Baltimore County would be preferred. My current plan is to get a true dual set up from Keith and have that put on along with some long tube headers. Thanks all for the help.
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Hello all, I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations on exhaust shops in the Baltimore area, South East/East Baltimore County would be preferred. My current plan is to get a true dual set up from Keith and have that put on along with some long tube headers. Thanks all for the help.
I know its not super close but I use tonys custom exhaust in glen burnie. Their prices are unbeatable and there work is quick and good.


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Yep @dirtydeeds this is our Tundra exhaust specialist, you won't go wrong. You tube Bamufflers or look them up in this forum. I love mine sounds great price was great as well.

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Thanks for the mentions guys!!

If anyone needs any help give a call
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Keith's systems are made to be easy to install. No welding, just bolt on. The hardest part is drilling the hole for the resonator but that's just one round hole. Jack stands and a couple hours and you're golden. Don't pay someone, Keith is always on call if you need help.

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The race system does indeed bolt right into the truck behind JBA long tube headers

the only place some guys will want help is with the install of the headers. They're pretty straight forward, but the passenger side has a few bolts on the bottom that are definitely hard to reach.

that said, I'm happy to help walk a customer, or a shop thru the install of the JBA's, and again, the exhaust just falls into place like it was meant for the truck.
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Good Morning my fellow Tundra Talk members. I'm sorry to revive such and old thread, but I finally was able to find a shop in my area that would be willing to install my set of long tube headers from Keith. I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with Huth Motorsports, Expert tint and Exhaust Work, in Glen Burnie? I checked out Tony's exhaust as previously recommended but they don't do headers unfortunately. My current plan is to have Huth go ahead and do both the headers and the dual exhaust system I got from Keith all in one go.

Thanks again guys for any insight into Huth's shop and for the continued help that y'all give. Keith, I know that this has been a year in the make but I will be sure to send you over the before and after pictures and videos that I promised you.
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So it has been a long slow process but the shop has finally completed the work. While it was there they also had to replace both front drive shafts, rear O2 sensors, and front brakes but think it was all worth it in the end. I will try and get a video of the actual sound to put on later.

I am trying to post the video of the completed system but having issues. Will try some more later.
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