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post #1 of 9 Old 03-18-2012, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
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Single stack 6.4

Just wanted to share with you 6.4 guys that are debating on putting a stack on your 6.4 heres mine.

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I have been thinking about this but im just not to sure yet

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Is that a kit or something you fabricated would like to do dual stacks on my wifes 6.4 but haven't been able to find any kits

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Fte diesel has kits. I had my stack made and everything else I put 2gether myself


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Thanks by the way looks and sounds good

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It sounds good man! How "sooty" does the bed of your truck get? I have heard to many guys go back to normal exhaust after having stacks due to the soot all over everything in the bed. I like the look and sound, but i don't like the idea of having everything in the bed getting covered in soot. although the few guys i have talked to have been making crazy power, and their trucks blew a bit more smoke than the average bear

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havent had a problem with soot
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The soot comes from rain where his stack is bent he probably wont get as much soot unless the wind blows it right into the stack most people who have this problem have the straight stacks and u can solve that by putting a drain at your lowest point and have it open when u know ur going to get a good rain

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