When it comes to quality exhaust system components, there's probably no other name in the industry that is as popular and often-heard as Walker. It is the world's largest manufacturer of OE and aftermarket exhaust systems and emissions control products. The company is also an OE supplier to many major vehicle manufacturers. Walker has the technical perfection needed to meet today's requirements while providing solutions for tomorrow's challenges.
- Walker® - Direct Fit Catalytic ConverterStarting at: $114.11$114.11
- Walker® - Exhaust Manifold with Integrated Catalytic ConverterStarting at: $209.68$209.68
- Walker® - Universal Fit Catalytic ConverterStarting at: $77.47$77.47
- Walker® - Quiet-Flow™ MufflerStarting at: $34.77$34.77
- Walker® - SoundFX™ Direct Fit MufflerStarting at: $31.68$31.68
- Walker® - SoundFX™ Universal MufflerStarting at: $38.08$38.08
- Walker® - Tru-Fit Universal Fit MufflerStarting at: $41.25$41.25
- Walker® - ResonatorStarting at: $30.16$30.16
- Walker® - Tail PipeStarting at: $7.40$7.40
- Walker® - Exhaust PipeStarting at: $4.31$4.31
- Walker® - Exhaust GasketStarting at: $1.71$1.71
- Walker® - Exhaust Rubber InsulatorStarting at: $1.52$1.52
The brand's history traces back to the year 1908, when William A. Walker and his sons, Williard and Warren, started a 'Walker Operation'. In 1912, they began manufacturing ‘tire savers’, which took the weight off the tires when cars were stored for the winter. In 1916, a new production facility was built in Wisconsin, and the name 'Walker Manufacturing Company' was officially introduced. Later on, Walker became one of the leading jack manufacturers.
In 1932, the company patented its first but not last innovative product, the louvered tube that transformed the mufflers of the day, which were little more than tin cans. Thanks to the louvered tube muffler, Walker was first recognized as the industry leader. The company continued its line of innovations and created the first stainless steel muffler in 1941. With a growing number of vehicles on the road, the need for limiting pollutants arose, and in 1978, after years of researching and designing the forerunners of today's emissions control devices, Walker developed the first aftermarket catalytic converter.
It was Walker that revolutionized the industry by establishing new standards for durability. It was the first aftermarket manufacturer to offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty for the professional installer. Today, the company continues designing and manufacturing new products that become synonymous with quality, longevity, and innovation. Its entire product line, from premium Quiet-Flow mufflers to CalCat converters, is designed with a great attention to detail to meet all customer demands.
| Posted by Danielle | (Hempstead, NY)
Use this if you will still use the Toyota factory flange. It has nut welded on so all you need is this kit. Tip when removing old flange gasket spring bolt a little heat to loosen the bolts, saved me cutting and welding.
| Posted by Robert | (Pipersville, PA)
As any old timer knows, when a piece of your exhaust system rusts out, replace the whole system all at the same time. Well I forgot to take my own advice and ended up replacing the whole system a piece at a time. I was nervous ordering so many parts online, but from what I could find out CARiD seemed to have a good reputation. Well, everything fit perfectly! The only problem was getting all the rusty old crap out. The new parts went in like a charm. This was for a 12 year old foreign car.
| Posted by Gareth | (Modesto, CA)
Product was in operation ready condition. It didn't come with replacement gaskets though. It's hard to tell if I got a deal on the price or not, this part was hard to find. I would use calcat again to shop for parts.
| Posted by Arthur | (Jackson, MI)
The original muffler on my 93 Saab was completely rusted out and became super loud, so I purchased this one. This is a very quiet muffler and for the price cannot be beat. I attached my new bracket strap to the existing spot and slid the new muffler over the cut exhaust pipe. I tightened the strap around the muffler and put a clamp around where the new muffler met the pipe. I did not remove my rear tire to do this but I did back my car up onto ramps. It took ten minutes to install and now my car is very quiet.