Exhaust Clamps

Welcome to Exo Auto Parts, your ultimate destination for high-quality exhaust clamps in Australia. Our comprehensive collection offers a wide range of exhaust clamps designed to ensure a secure and leak-free connection for your exhaust system.

Exhaust clamps play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of your vehicle's exhaust system. Whether you're repairing or upgrading your exhaust, our clamps provide the strength and durability needed to withstand the high temperatures, vibrations, and pressures associated with engine exhaust.

At Exo Auto Parts, we understand the importance of a reliable exhaust system. That's why our collection includes various types of exhaust clamps, including band clamps, U-bolt clamps, and lap joint clamps. Each clamp is crafted from high-quality materials, such as stainless steel, for superior corrosion resistance and longevity.

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Which Exhaust Clamp is right for your Car?

When selecting the right exhaust clamp for your car, it's essential to consider the diameter of your exhaust pipes. Exo Auto Parts offers a range of exhaust clamps in various inch sizes, from 2" to 6".

To determine the appropriate size, you'll need to measure the outer diameter of your exhaust pipe. Use a measuring tape or a caliper to accurately measure the width of the pipe. Match this measurement with the corresponding inch size of the exhaust clamp.

It's crucial to choose a clamp with a diameter that matches your exhaust pipe to ensure a proper fit and secure connection. Using a clamp that is too small may result in leaks or a loose connection, while a clamp that is too large may not provide a tight seal.


How do you properly use Exhaust Clamps?

To use exhaust clamps effectively:

  1. Slide the clamp over the joint between exhaust components.
  2. Tighten the clamp using a socket wrench, starting with the closest bolt.
  3. Gradually tighten each bolt in a crisscross pattern until the clamp is securely fastened.
  4. Check for gaps or leaks, and readjust if necessary.
  5. Start the vehicle and inspect for any unusual noises or leaks.
  6. Make adjustments as needed to ensure a tight seal.

Follow these steps for proper installation and usage of exhaust clamps.