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Moose Stainless Exhaust Clamps
Moose Stainless Exhaust Clamps

$ 11.95

Description See Also: 11 Reviews 7 Questions Part Numbers
Item #MOA004A

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11 Reviews
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Verified Purchaser
Southern Oregon.
Header exhaust clamp.

Its built stout, and looks good as far as hose clamps go..

Verified Purchaser
Great product!

Exactly what I needed . Worked great !

Verified Purchaser
Just what I needed

Was having problems with my slip on til I installed this clamp. No more worries.

Verified Purchaser
They're clamps

Used these as replacement clamps for my rinehart muffler clamps on my Harley. They're clamps, and they work just fine. Make sure you have exact size you need to tighten them or you'll strip the fastening head with a quickness.

Verified Purchaser

Klamath Falls, OR, USA
Quality Clamp

Works well for slip on mufflers. In My situation it preformed great. I had a fairly large gap and it sealed it up nicely. No leaks.

Verified Purchaser Top 50
Exhaust clamp

Replaced the rubber for this metal clamp and no more problem with it moving !!

Verified Purchaser

ordered for my grandson....as far as I know they worked great.

Verified Purchaser
New Hampshire, USA
Great Product

Nice clamps......just what I was looking for!!

Verified Purchaser
Boston MA
SS exhaust clamps

Nice clamps, not that easy to find. I knew the pipe o.d. but was unsure what size to get given that they tighten down through a range of sizes. The guys at MS were very helpful and emailed me to suggest the correct size from what I had chosen in the order, very helpful thank you!!

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7 Questions
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Q: Hi. I have a 06 bell lightning xb9sx. I've have purchased two different brands of exhaust clamps. I've gotten the 2.30-2.49 sizes, but I keep breaking them. Does anyone have any advise on what size I should be getting? Or what I'm doing wrong.
2 months 17 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 10
2 months 17 days ago
A: They could be too loose or too tight? I would also be looking at the material they're made of? Or different style of clamp? Feel free to call!
Q: I have a 2001 Yamaha Banshee with FMF Fatty Gold Series Pipes and FMF Powercore II Silencers. Air is coming out on the left side where the pipe is connected to the silencer. Will these clamps fix that?
Over 6 months ago
Verified Purchaser
Over 6 months ago
A: I would think that they would work great for you. I bought one to cover up a leak on the exhaust on my buell firebolt.
Q: Will this be the right part I need
1 year 1 month ago
I have a 2004 Yamaha 660 Raptor and the exhaust I have is a white brothers slip on with the stock headers but the exhaust has an air flow leak I was wondering if this part will close the gap between the headers and the slip on exhaust.
Top 10
1 year 1 month ago
A: I would recommend getting a new exhaust gasket where the header meets the muffler first since those need to be replaced periodically. If that doesn't work then I would get new clamps too. The gasket is #17 on the parts fiche GASKET, MUFFLER (5LP-14714-00-00)
Q: I need a clamp for my muffler on my 78 yz250e,it measures 8 inches in circumference,which clamp do I buy?
1 year 11 months ago
Q: What do I need to measure on my current exhaust to ensure fitment?
Over 3 years ago
Do I measure the circumference of the exhaust?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: You would need to measure the outside diameter of the clamping area.
Q: What Size Clamp Do I need?
Over 3 years ago
I bought a LeoVince Slip On pipe and my clamp broke.. What size clamp do i need?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: You would need to measure the OD of your exhaust to find the right fit.
Q: I have a 2010 yz250f and I have a stock pipe but my clamp for the slip on broke what size would I need
Over 4 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: You will want to take your slip-on off and measure for the correct diameter. I would recommend taking a look a replacement OEM clamp for your 2010 Yamaha YZ250F which you can find here: http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/oem-parts/YAMAHA/2010/YZ250F/EXHAUST
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
1.44" - 1.58 2422755
1.56" - 1.70 2422757
1.69" - 1.87 2422759
1.81" - 1.99 2422761
1.94" - 2.12 2422763
2.06" - 2.24 2422765
2.19" - 2.37 2422767
2.31" - 2.49 2422769
2.44" - 2.62 2422771
2.63" - 2.81 2422774