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Walker Exhaust Clamp 35793
  • Part # 35793
  • SKU # 276972
Notes: Heavy duty, 2 3/4" Clamp
Walker Exhaust Clamp 35753
  • Part # 35753
  • SKU # 277040
Notes: Heavy duty, 3 1/2" clamp.
Walker Exhaust Clamp 35794
  • Part # 35794
  • SKU # 276964
Notes: Heavy duty, SLT model. 3" Clamp.
Walker Exhaust Clamp 35344
  • Part # 35344
  • SKU # 298658
Notes: Heavy duty, Base model. 1 7/8" clamp.
Walker Exhaust Clamp 36438
  • Part # 36438
  • SKU # 276992
Notes: Sport model. 2 1/2" narrow band clamp
Walker Exhaust Clamp 35752
  • Part # 35752
  • SKU # 277038
Notes: Heavy duty, 4" clamp
URO Exhaust Clamp URO-008997
  • Part # URO-008997
  • SKU # 68509
Notes: 65 mm Diameter - Catalyst/Front Muffler to Rear Muffler.
URO Exhaust Clamp URO-012622
  • Part # URO-012622
  • SKU # 1036970
Notes: Upper, Muffler Clamp. Rear upper band for rear muffler.
URO Exhaust Clamp URO-011269
  • Part # URO-011269
  • SKU # 68627
Notes: Left and right, Carrera model
URO Exhaust Clamp URO-008996
  • Part # URO-008996
  • SKU # 68510
Application: Convertible
Notes: 55 mm Diameter - Center to Rear Muffler
URO Exhaust Clamp URO-008995
  • Part # URO-008995
  • SKU # 478322
Notes: 70mm diameter. Muffler Clamp.
URO Exhaust Clamp URO-012626
  • Part # URO-012626
  • SKU # 1036690
Notes: Upper, Muffler Clamp.
CRP Exhaust Clamp EXC0022
  • Part # EXC0022
  • SKU # 380108
Notes: Rear, Quantity per car: 2.
CRP Exhaust Clamp EXC0023
  • Part # EXC0023
  • SKU # 380112
Notes: Rear, To VIN 8DX199999.


Exhaust Clamp

Exhaust Clamps Hold Your Exhaust Together
Your vehicle's exhaust system is crucial to the clean, safe operation while you're on the road, and therefore so are your exhaust clamps. These clamps are responsible holding the exhaust system together in crucial places, and may, over time, need to be replaced in order to ensure the entire system is working properly and remains leak-free. Get the lowest prices on exhaust clamps at AutoZone to ensure your muffler and other crucial parts of this system are able to handle the challenges of the road ahead and replace any damaged clamps before conditions become dangerous.

Replace Worn Out Clamps
Along with heavy welding, exhaust clamps are the chief component tasked with holding your entire exhaust system together. This is the case with nearly every vehicle, stretching from cars built in the 1940s to the most modern releases on the market, which is convenient for those learning how to repair an exhaust system. Most often, clamps will be found on modified exhaust systems, such as those with enhancements in the form of new headers or performance mufflers. Over the years, though, they can crack and wear out, which leads to exhaust leaks that, if left untreated for too long, can cause a serious hazard. Unfortunately, clamps can't be repaired, only replaced. Some signs that a clamp is broken or failing include excessive noise from your exhaust system while your vehicle's in motion, failure to pass emissions testing and engine misfiring or backfires. Any of these issues indicate problems with your exhaust system and you should give your clamps a thorough once-over if you've been encountering them.

Exhaust Clamp Options
There are two main types of clamps to choose from. The first is a spherical clamp, which provides a more flexible hold overall. The second is a semi-circular clamp that fastens onto a lower bar with the use of two screws. In general, unless you've been noting some severe performance issues, it's best to use the same type of clamp as the one you're replacing. This way, you can rest assured the fit will be proper and that you'll be getting the hold you need while you charge ahead between destinations. You can also refer to your car or truck's owner's manual, which should contain information on all the OEM parts you'll need for this type of maintenance stop. You'll also need to verify that you have the right circumference before making your purchase from our selection of best exhaust clamps for cars and trucks.

Lower Cost Replacements
If you need help making your selection, search “exhaust clamps near me” and get directions to your nearest AutoZone store. The employees there can take a look at your manual with you and ensure you're buying the right part for your car or truck. Furthermore, if your part's not already in stock, you can take advantage of free in-store pickup when you order your parts and tools online, so you get exactly what you need for repairs as quickly and cheaply as possible.