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post #1 of 20 Old 09-25-2013, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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6.7's with stacks! Lets see the pics!

Alright gents, I want to see what the 6.7's look like with a straight stack. If you have one, please share some pics! Thinking about putting one on mine
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Nooooooooo! (I really don't care, its personal preference)

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Its opinionative i know, but I say leave them to the Semi Trucks. not to mention cutting a stupid hole in your bed.
Leave the stacks to the dodge guys
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Ha! I just wanted a single black stack anyways. Not duals. Saw a newer Ford today with one and just wanted to see if anyone else has tried it out. I will more than likely stick with a 5" exhaust out the back so I don't have to cut into the bed but just wanted to see what's out here
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There are several trucks running around here with stacks. None that are the 6.7 though. At least 1 6.4 that I have seen. They are the absolute dumbest thing in the world on anything but a semi if you ask me. If someone gave me a truck with them I would sell it instead of driving it....... Not ment to offend anyone...... But that's my opinion.

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Nooooooooo! (I really don't care, its personal preference)
Ohh god I can't believe I am about to do this but I agree with Laing! Lol.

They look OK on some trucks and ain't bad on the cummaparts but I wouldn't want a hole in the bed of my new $50k + new truck. Just my $.02

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I think the 6.7's are still out of the budget range of the young guys. I may be wrong but all the guys with stack Ive ran across were young fella's.

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Haha ok let me set the record straight lol it was more of a curiousity thing cause like y'all said people with 6.7's don't have it. Other than the one I saw in Houston. Just wanted to see examples. I personally like the rear exhaust and will be what I go with. Sorry for the misleading title. Just shocked me on the highway the other day when a 6.7 with stacks rolled coal all the way up a exit ramp
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I think the 6.7's are still out of the budget range of the young guys. I may be wrong but all the guys with stack Ive ran across were young fella's.

23 yrs old and I'll be purchasing a used 6.7 come December. Would never consider ruining a truck with a stack.. like mentioned above, the stacks are for the big rigs!
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im 25 and bought my 6.7 new... young guys have money up here in Canada! everyone makes over 100k a year and if your single you have even more money then most of the old guys!

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