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Catalytic Converters

I have a 05 Armada need to replace OEM Catalytic Converters any suggestions out there to replace the OEM with after market?
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the one that is California carb legal is magnaflow. Not sure where you're located at.

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Hi there, here's the list of catalytic converters we've got for the '05 Armada:
2005 Nissan Armada Catalytic Converters
If you are in California, the majority of these converters will be illegal to use, as you need one that meets CARB requirements. If so, you should use either Magnaflow converters (here's the link to see the selection) or OEs, that you can order from the dealership.
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I need a new drivers side manifold as well. Does anyone know the labor hours to replace?
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Depends on where you live. According to diy members a 4x2 vehicle should be take around 4 hrs and 4x4 is around eight hours for both side. I had long tube headers done by a Nissan tech in around 4 hours and mine is 4x4. I paid like 400 since is under the table work. You might change both side chances are the other side might have a crack that can't be seen. Or it will crack sooner or later. There is a high chance of oem cracking again

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