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Old 04-05-2011, 04:55 AM
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5" exhaust w/b&w goose neck hitch?

Thinking about putting a 5" exhaust on it but worried if it will fit with my b&w hitch i alreasy have any one run in problems with this
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Old 04-05-2011, 05:24 AM
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i have a 5" exhaust and a b&w gooseneck hitch and no problems.
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You should not have any clearance issues with you B&W, there are several members here with that same setup that are problem free.
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My factory exhaust hit my Curt gooseneck hitch but my 5" dosen't even come close. Still got plenty of room till the axle
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I'll ask, not to hi-jack, would I still have the clearance with a B&W Hitch on a Dually?
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Old 04-05-2011, 03:08 PM
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It should still be the same.
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Hey fatboy, ive got an 08 f350 with the b&w and my stock exhaust was lowered to clear the hitch so if i buy my buddies 5" flo pro with 7" tip i should clear fine and not be hanging low, i want my tip to be as close to the body as possible....do you have a pic of where your exhaust ends up sticking out?
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Hey fatboy, ive got an 08 f350 with the b&w and my stock exhaust was lowered to clear the hitch so if i buy my buddies 5" flo pro with 7" tip i should clear fine and not be hanging low, i want my tip to be as close to the body as possible....do you have a pic of where your exhaust ends up sticking out?
i would say your should be fine. Mine is very close to the body and fits nicely. I dont have a picture right now and cant take one for a few days because my truck is getting an injector replaced . I will get you a pic as soon as i get my truck back.
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