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another exhaust question! Need help ASAP!

Alright yall,
I know this subject has been beaten many a times, but im in a predicament and need some help FAST!

So heres the deal..
I have stock exhaust on my rig with the cat punched out and the muffler deleted. This was fine when I lived in Louisiana, now being in Missouri I need to get inspections.

I'm needing some info fast because my license on my rig is expired and I did not pass inspection because of the muffler not being present.
so what I need to know is..

What is my best option for replacing the exhaust.
I planned on going 5" turbo back soon, but now the time has come or my truck will be illegal due to expired tags.

Is there a turbo back kit I can get that uses the factory cat, and comes with a muffler? Then I could possibly just buy delete pipes for both and pop the cat and muffler back in every two years for my inspection??

I apologize for the long read, and greatly appreciate any help I can get!

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Magnaflow exhausts come so you can mount your CAT with the new exhaust.

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Aftermarket exhaust for diesels essentially a stripe pipe no need to put you delete back on.

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thanks for the help so far fellas, magnaflow is awful high aint it nate?
and as far as not reinstalling the delete, that would be my choice, but being that every two years I have to get an inspection on the truck, the muffler and cat will have to be on the truck for that day ( or few hours haha)

From what ive seen so far, a lot of the kits look like they come in a ton of different pieces, would it be possible to somehow weld my own flanges in to be able to swap out the muffler and cat delete pipe when needed?

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20x12 Fuel Hostage w/ 35x12.50 Toyo M/T
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thanks for the help so far fellas, magnaflow is awful high aint it nate?
and as far as not reinstalling the delete, that would be my choice, but being that every two years I have to get an inspection on the truck, the muffler and cat will have to be on the truck for that day ( or few hours haha)

From what ive seen so far, a lot of the kits look like they come in a ton of different pieces, would it be possible to somehow weld my own flanges in to be able to swap out the muffler and cat delete pipe when needed?
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I don't think this is too expensive.
Magnaflow 5" Turbo-Back Aluminized Pro Series Exhaust System 18927

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I just got a magnaflow ss 4" turbo back, it is very nice. I have had flo pro and mbrp in the past, the mbrp kit was a nice and easy install, as for the flo pro not so much keep in mind this was installed on my dodge but it was a waste after buying a new tail pipe section after the hangers broke and I lost the first one driving down the interstate I wouldn't ever buy flo pro again. Not putting them down just think it wouldn't do that in a months time.
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Google Xdp diesel and do live chat. They will set you up right. You don't need to spend the $$$ for a mag aglow system...

I'm sorry but I just can't reccomend spending that kind of cash just to get a muffler back on. Nothing wrong with magma flow but they charge a lot for something really not that special kinda like banks stuff haha

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