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2003 Lexus GS300 Catalytic Converter

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We have 22 catalytic converter products to choose from for your 2003 Lexus GS300, and our low-cost options range from $105.98 up to $1,411.58

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AP Exhaust Catalytic Converter - Rear 7538-05938121 Click to Enlarge
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AP Exhaust Catalytic Converter - Rear
Part Number: 7538-05938121
Brand: AP Exhaust
Notes: Catalytic Converter -- Direct Fit; (With 42" Overall Length Converter); Federal and California Emissions. Not For Sale or Use on vehicles licensed in the state of CA, CO, ME & NY. Restrictions may apply in other states. Check with your state authority for details.
Position: Rear
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
{We currently do not ship this catalytic converter to California, Colorado, New York, or Maine}
$396.43
(4) In Stock
This Part Fits:
Catalog: B
Vehicle Engine
2003 Lexus GS300 3.0L 6 Cyl
AP Exhaust Exhaust Manifold with Integrated Catalytic Converter - Front 7538-07764634 Click to Enlarge
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AP Exhaust Exhaust Manifold with Integrated Catalytic Converter - Front
Part Number: 7538-07764634
Brand: AP Exhaust
Notes: Catalytic Converter with Integrated Exhaust Manifold -- Direct Fit; Federal and California Emissions. Not For Sale or Use on vehicles licensed in the state of CA, CO, ME & NY. Restrictions may apply in other states. Check with your state authority for details.
Position: Front
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
{We currently do not ship this catalytic converter to California, Colorado, New York, or Maine}
$732.98
Out of Stock
This Part Fits:
Catalog: C
Vehicle Engine
2003 Lexus GS300 3.0L 6 Cyl

Catalytic Converter Reviews - 2003 Lexus GS300

Bosal | 096-1640

The CAT works well, and for the price is difficult to beat.

However, the install was not a direct swap as the manifold flange that bolts to the head was too tight of a fit but was easily modified to work. Additionally, the bracket that comes off of the bottom of the transmission has to be cut or drilled out to make it work like it did with the OEM CATS.

And as far as aftermarket low cost CATs go, this was one of the better ones.

February 3rd, 2014 | Posted by Rocket