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Old 02-11-2010, 06:39 PM
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I NEED STACKS!

where can i get the cheapest stacks?
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from me, and give me your stock exhaust if it will work on an 04.
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now thats a good deal...
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I want one 6" mitre cut cab height. I have found that it is super easy just do it yourself. All you need is some flex pipe a elbow (90 degree bend) pipe a reducer and a stack. Then just some mounting hardware. So make your own kit
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I want one 6" mitre cut cab height. I have found that it is super easy just do it yourself. All you need is some flex pipe a elbow (90 degree bend) pipe a reducer and a stack. Then just some mounting hardware. So make your own kit
IT really isnt to hard to do actually. Stacks it self isnt cheap, You also really dont need a 90 bend either I dont have it in my set-up.
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IT really isnt to hard to do actually. Stacks it self isnt cheap, You also really dont need a 90 bend either I dont have it in my set-up.
Do you use flex pipe for the 90*?
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from me, and give me your stock exhaust if it will work on an 04.
Have a stock Exhaust for an 03 6.0, no cat or muffler but I have the cat at my house...

Let me know...
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Do you use flex pipe for the 90*?
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I used flex for my 90*. i didn't buy a kit either.
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