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Exhaust dump kit??

Does anyone make an exhaust kit that attaches at the end of the cat and dumps just on the backside of the rear axle???

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Wouldn't that be your basic cat back exhaust or are you looking to dump it under the truck? If that's what you want to do I have to ask why?
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Yeah looking to dump it under the truck. Just for something different. You know of any kits???
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Probably be easier and cheaper for a muffler shop to just make what your talking about

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I had the magnaflo on my truck without the last piece in place. It dumped behind the axel.

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yeah just take your stock exhaust off behind the cat and have a shop weld a turn down on it
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i think this means something like this. this is my diamond eye turbo back with out the last tail pipe put on. you could put the tip on how it is is the pic and it would keep the exhaust off the tire. but i believe this is where he want it to come out


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Does anyone make an exhaust kit that attaches at the end of the cat and dumps just on the backside of the rear axle???

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i put a short turnout on the end of my muffler to direct it towards the ground. i never thought of the possibilty of sucking fumes into the cab at idle while the air/heater is on. prolly not a problem until your idling for a while, but just a thought
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