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post #1 of 7 Old 02-21-2010, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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Trick Exhaust Help

Hey guys...I want to do something a little different with my exhaust. It currently exits before the rear tire and I think I want to pull it through the body panel. Something kind of like the 1st pic. i was thinking about either a 45 slash cut flush with the flange or a straight cut tip pushed about 1/2" or so past the flange. what do you think?




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I think that would look pretty cool, and alot different than anything you see out there. Hey by chance is that first pic of the oakley sunglasses truck?

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It would be different for sure. It may be kinda hard to keep your bed clean

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I would do it behind the rear tire then there will be less soot on the bed.

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i'm not too worried about soot. i wash my truck once a week minimum plus i don't run very smokey tunes. so which would look better....the flush mount like the 1st pic or sticking about 1/2" past the flange like the second pic?

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so whattya think....go with the through the body style or stick with my "stealth" side exit?


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I like it the way it is. If anything I would put a turndown on it. I used to have a turndown right there and it sounded pretty good.
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