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Question on stack kits

I've been thinking about adding a stack to my truck and was wondering who makes the best complete stack kits? Any input would help!Thanks
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One of my friends has a grand rock single 7'' mitre kit on his. He got it second hand so it was fairly cheap. IF you can find the stack you want, just get an elbow and another section of pipe to do the rest. You could be a reducer to go into the stck or just cut a sheetmetal cap and make the hole for the elbow, only you would ever know the difference.

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Check out fte diesel their single stack kits are by far the cleanest set up. But not cheap

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Thanks for the replys guys, my computer crashed on me right adter i posted this but ill check them out!
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