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Malibu Boat Exhaust Tip 3221015 | Stainless Steel 3 1/2 Inch

Boat part number 1088912 is a new exhaust tip from Malibu Boats, part number 3221015 .
made for Malibu Boats
$149.95 MSRP: $202.43
GLS Stock #: 1088912-GJ798
35 in stock
Boat part number 1088912 is a new exhaust tip from Malibu Boats, part number 3221015 .

This exhaust tip is constructed from polished stainless steel. Measures approximately 6" Dia. x 11 1/2" H overall. Inside diameter measures 3 1/2" Dia. Has (3) countersunk mounting holes 1/4" Dia., 4 1/2" apart center to center.

Specifications:
  • Part Manufacturer: Malibu Boats
  • Part Number: 3221015
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Polished
  • Overall Dimensions: 6" Dia. x 11 1/2" H
  • Cutout: 3 1/2" Dia
  • Mounts: (3) 1/4" Dia.

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Product Questions

Will this fit my 2018 Malibu MLX?
Exhaust tip. 3221015
Question by: Paul Radlinski on Jan 26, 2022, 8:45 PM
Hello Paul,
We would recommend contacting a local Malibu dealer with the part number as they will be able to confirm if this will cross over to your model.

Thank you!

Ethan
Answer by: Ethan Doro on Jan 27, 2022, 10:47 AM
Hello. I was wondering whats the length that is behind the flange on the 3 1/2 inch pipe. Just so I know if it’ll fit through my transom and have enough room to clamp onto. Thank you very much for your time
Question by: Matthew Boyle on Aug 31, 2021, 5:22 AM
Hello Mathew,

Just had it measured and that is 2 3/4" long.

Hope this helps!

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Aug 31, 2021, 1:32 PM
Hello, will these fit on a 2007 21 lsv?
Thank you Richard
Question by: Richard on May 19, 2021, 6:48 PM
Hello Richard,

I'm afraid we aren't able to cross reference the tip to specific boats. About all we can suggest is to contact a dealer and give them that Malibu part number - 3221015. They should be able to tell you.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on May 20, 2021, 11:55 AM