Toolaremia writes: “If any of you have ever changed the exhaust pipes on a car made in the last 20 years, you’ve dealt with the rubber exhaust hanger supports. I usually get them off the hanger barbs with a crowbar, WD-40, bloody knuckles, and swearing that would make a sailor proud. Now I see the Lisle has felt my pain and created a simple solution. At about $15 delivered, it’s cheaper than stitches, too.”
I have indeed fought with those rubber supports, as I expect many of you have. In fact, I was convinced for some time that the transfer case was going bad on my ’97 Jeep Grand Cherokee, but it turned out that one of these supports had simply sild off to the side allowing an exhaust hanger to vibrate against the metal hook from time to time under load.
I’m gonna pick one up. And Toolaremia’s right: street pricing starts under $15. (If you’re an Amazon shopper, we found it for $16.36 today.) Lisle makes some good stuff it seems. I’ve never paid a ton of attention to them, but they make (or sell, at least) a lot of extremely practical and useful tools.