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Question any problems with rain and stacks?

whats up guys, i'm waiting for my stacks to come and hopefully will be installing then here in the near future... but today i got up and we're in the middle on getting 5" of rain today, i just can't imagain that all that rain can be good getting into the stacks? do you guys cover them at all?


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I think some guys do cover if they think about it. I think i'd think about it if i were gettin 5" of rain.. Anything from 0-1.5" i think there is enough piping to hold that without messing up anything except soot all over your truck when you crank it.. Atleast you have a black truck

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i cover mine up....but your fine if you dont....it will just make a mess if a lot of water gets in there, but you wont have any problems other than a dirty truck

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could you drill a weep hole? i know you will have some exhaust coming out, but not that much.

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never covered my dual 5" mitre cuts. but u would just have to let it warm up and evaporate the water or baby the truck so you dont build enough velocity in the exhaust to blow the water out. other wise it would make a huge mess. but my buddies use coffee cans

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My truck would blow it out as soon as I would crank up.....

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