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post #1 of 15 Old 11-13-2012, 06:46 AM Thread Starter
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Best exhaust stack setup for reg cab?

Looking to do stacks or single stack on my truck, any opinions on what would look best? Thanks

2003 GMC Sierra 2500hd Duramax Diesel ZF6 6 Speed manual. Bone stock except 4'' exhaust
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This pic might help..

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Lol to each his own.

Go with a single 6" straight cut or slash cut IMHO. Off center to the right even with the roof or slightly higher.


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I'm not a stack guy but, I have to admit that they do look good on some trucks. To me, dual is the only way to go.



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Lol to each his own.

Go with a single 6" straight cut or slash cut IMHO. Off center to the right even with the roof or slightly higher.


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I think u can't beat a 7inch off set slash cut......that's wat I would love to run....if I could find one for the right price, and not worry about the hole in the bed...lol
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Look up FTE for there single kits IMO best single kits out there. I vote 6" if you leaving your truck like so rim/tire size if you go bigger more aggressive then I say 7"

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