I am an aluminum welder fabricator, therefore I have access to all kinds of neat tools. Everything from welders, benders, saws, sanders and all the pipe from 2 inch on down. I just was thinking today it wouldnt be that hard to yank my stock y pipe and replicate it in aluminum. Thereby eliminating those 135k mile converters and that crimped up pipe. Not to mention the price is right. We use primarily 1/8 in wall tubing so I dont think strength would be an issue. Was just wondering if anyone had any insite that i've not considered.