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    Need help with a GM Catalytic converter

    I do not normally deal with these, but had some exhaust work done today and told them I wanted the old cat back. Does anyone know what this would be classified as? From what I can tell it would be large GM but I am not sure. It is off my 95 Chevy Silverado.

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    5-hole cheese grater- Medium GM. Same style with 4 holes goes as either Large GM or X-Body depending on the numbers.
    Sparrow Metals- Automotive core and converter buyer in Central PA since 2012.

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    yeah thats a gm should be anywhere from 80-100 or so

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