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post #1 of 3 Old 09-18-2010, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Stepside Exhaust

My 2005 6.0 Diesel needs a new exhaust. I had a stepside made for my old f250 Gasser and I liked it. Any problems if I do this to my Diesel?

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Swept-side not stepside I cut my grass at home and it almost killed me my mind is tired.
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no problems. just your rear tire will be soot covered all the time. and i thought i heard at one time somebody melted something from it being there. just google swept side exhaust or exhuast in front of the rear tire and see what you find. a few people have that on there truck on here i think. maybe they will chime in but as long as you dont mind soot covered rims you should be good

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