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Old 01-21-2010, 04:50 PM
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Stock exhaust inlit size?

Hello im looking to get a new exhaust tip for my fathers 2009 f350 SuperDuty King Ranch, my problem is i cant seem to find the stock exhaust tip inlit size and want to purchase a new bolt on one for his bday, does anyone know the stock exhaust inlit size or where i can find it?

I've been searching for days...

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dont quote me on these newest ones, but every other stocker is 3.5"

If its not, sorry heres a free bump!.


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Hello im looking to get a new exhaust tip for my fathers 2009 f350 SuperDuty King Ranch, my problem is i cant seem to find the stock exhaust tip inlit size and want to purchase a new bolt on one for his bday, does anyone know the stock exhaust inlit size or where i can find it?

I've been searching for days...

Thanks for your help
-Karl
I think this may be what you are looking for.

MBRP Inc Performance Exhaust - Snowmobile, Diesel, Muscle Car, Exotic, Motorcycle and Sport Truck Exhaust Systems.

We have them in stock, $87.17. Let us know if we can help.
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Old 01-21-2010, 05:34 PM
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dont quote me on these newest ones, but every other stocker is 3.5"

If its not, sorry heres a free bump!.


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Thanks man, and Rudy im looking for a whole new tip, one that will replace the basic stock dual one.

More like this:

http://www.autoanything.com/GenericP...ProductID=3980

If anyone knows for sure id love to know the size!
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Thanks man, and Rudy im looking for a whole new tip, one that will replace the basic stock dual one.

More like this:

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If anyone knows for sure id love to know the size!
Just a heads up, removing that factory tip can lead to a voided warranty. As crazy as that sounds, it is part of the emissions equipment. It is used as a "cooling" device. Not all dealerships would care, but a lot of them would.
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Just a heads up, removing that factory tip can lead to a voided warranty. As crazy as that sounds, it is part of the emissions equipment. It is used as a "cooling" device. Not all dealerships would care, but a lot of them would.
Mmm good point. Now i really dont know what to get him lol.
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Really the only thing you can do is the option Rudy posted above....You could also find out what the dealership thinks about modifications to the truck.
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Karl,

If you put a tip on that doesn't have a the cooling fins with the DPF in place, you'll be throwing some mega heat out the exhaust. I haven't heard of dealerships voiding for a tip though I would ask first, but it would definitely be a safety issue off-road and if you walked by it. It may be the newest way to remove leg hair though shaving is much less painful.
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