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Old 10-22-2012, 04:12 AM
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stack melt sliding reAr window weatherstriping???

I'm sure this ha been asked before but me and tthe Darcy button have not been grtting along on this website haven't been getting salong to well. I have been digging aand searching and have not yet found the answer. I am going to be putting a single stack on my f250 and i has the crappy factory plastic bedliner. My cconcern is it going to melt the bedliner as well as the sliding rear window weather stripping? Has anyone hhad this problem. If so is there a way to prevent it?

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it will melt the bedliner...

if I tell you that it will melt the weather stripping will it prevent you from ruining your truck with a stack?
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I am not a stack fan but I haven't ever seen anyone have heat related issues ?

lets see what a real stacker has to say LOL
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Ok, I'm not a dodge driver, so not a REAL stacker. Lol, but since I run two 6 inchers, I.haven't seen anything wrong with my weatherstripping. I've run them for 4 years about. I don't recall hearing any problems like this before from any one who runs stacks
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it will melt the bedliner...

if I tell you that it will melt the weather stripping will it prevent you from ruining your truck with a stack?
ummmm...... Probably not! I've been considering two options though!

Option 1. Dump the 4" over the axle with a 6" tip

OR

Option 2. 7" single stack in either chrome or black chrome

I was the first person in my area to dump an exhaust over the axle. I did that on my Duramax and now literally you see more dumped exhausts than you do side exits. So I am thinking stack to be different. I have already ran 4" duals to 5" tips and I'm tired of having to reweld the pipe hangers because it always seems that one pipe hangs lower than the other.

Jon
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