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Trying to find a set of OEM axle back pipes, mufflers and tips.

2015 RC F Sport

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Hey 130Gunner - You're meaning an RC 350 F-Sport, and not an RC F, right?  If so, I may be your man..... I just had the dealer replace my OEM axle back pipes, mufflers, and tips (and rear plastic fascia) with the Lexus F sport performance exhaust. I asked to keep all the old parts (they were going to dispose of it), thinking I was going to E-bay or otherwise sell it somehow. It's for my 2016 RC 350 F-Sport, but no difference from 2015. I did it at 3,000 miles, so effectively its brand new. Let me know if this is what you're interested in, and we can take our business off-line. Thanks.


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Yes I am interested. E-mail is: Where are you located? It may cost to much to ship.

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