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Old 07-22-2009, 03:27 AM
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Can I buy your factory exhaust

I am in need of a factory exhaust just filter back section. I might have backed over mine with a trailer! And I want it to be able to return to factory for warranty work. If anyone has one they will sell or want to trade for a sled hitch let me know. Here is a picture of the hitch.

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Old 07-22-2009, 05:10 AM
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anyone have any idea how much i shud ask for my stocker..?
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Old 07-22-2009, 05:18 AM
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I am in need of a factory exhaust just filter back section. I might have backed over mine with a trailer! And I want it to be able to return to factory for warranty work. If anyone has one they will sell or want to trade for a sled hitch let me know. Here is a picture of the hitch.

I just got done pitching one in the scrap pile last week! I usually end up with 3-4 6.4L Installs a week I will let ya know next customer that doesn't want they're OE DPF-back and I will get it out in one piece.
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Any filter back exhaust can be used. It won't harm your warranty. Just buy a new filter back MBRP or something simular.
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Old 07-22-2009, 06:33 AM
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Any filter back exhaust can be used. It won't harm your warranty. Just buy a new filter back MBRP or something simular.
I already have a flopro exhaust thats why mine is off in the firstplace im not going to take any chances with dealers i return mine completely to stock
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Any filter back exhaust can be used. It won't harm your warranty. Just buy a new filter back MBRP or something simular.
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Well thats not true at all places.............
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Old 07-22-2009, 07:11 AM
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Any filter back exhaust can be used. It won't harm your warranty. Just buy a new filter back MBRP or something simular.
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Well thats not true at all places.............
Nope, Lance Cunningham Ford in Clinton, TN will void the warranty for DPF-back Exhaust and Intakes.
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Nope, Lance Cunningham Ford in Clinton, TN will void the warranty for DPF-back Exhaust and Intakes.
Wow, the dealers are getting worse and worse. Wouldn't they let Ford decide, many dealers act as if they are the police, judge and jury when it comes to this stuff.
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I went to bat for my customer on that deal, I faxed them paperwork regarding exhaust mods that were aloud to be done per Ford for Up-fitters and they still refused to work on the truck.
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Old 07-22-2009, 09:15 AM
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Where you from FX4Stroker?
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