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Old 09-04-2010, 07:49 PM
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Hey guys im fixing to put dual 7" mitre cut crome stacks on my truck but lookin for cheeper stacks. used or new, im just not wantin to pay for the brand new MBRP stacks $$$$. Anyone know a place to get good cheep stacks, or anyone selling thiers?

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Old 09-05-2010, 06:30 AM
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Ive got the bed y-pipe sitting in my garage for over a year. But you'll need to get clamps etc for it
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im gettin the mbrp 4" tb dual stacks kit so im just lookin for the stacks. but if something changes ill let you know thanks!
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Wally from FTE was a big help to me with my kit. I think that he would be good person to try. He's got the clamps and everything. Good luck.
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You could try combing wreckers for stacks if you want really cheap. Found a few for friends locally and picked them up for 100-150 per set as opposed to 5,6,700 per set brand new...depending on what you want right?

BTW...your trucks gonna look downright ignorant with stacks on it
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You could try combing wreckers for stacks if you want really cheap. Found a few for friends locally and picked them up for 100-150 per set as opposed to 5,6,700 per set brand new...depending on what you want right?

BTW...your trucks gonna look downright ignorant with stacks on it
ok ill lookin to that. thanks man! i cant wait!
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Old 09-05-2010, 05:04 PM
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you think truck pro would sell them cheeper?
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Old 09-05-2010, 05:42 PM
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Look at grand rock stacks.
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ok are they a good quality brand?
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Old 09-05-2010, 06:50 PM
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Yea had them over 4 yrs JMO but 7 inch dual stacks is too much for me, a single 7 looks good, dual 6 inch I think look good fitment on a truck.
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