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Old 08-06-2014, 11:47 PM
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5" Exhaust w/ Air Bags

Any of you deleted guys have any clearance issues running 5" exhaust with air bags? Was also curious if I could run dual exhaust with bags... Search didn't turn up much of anything. Any info would be appreciated.


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I'm running 4" with air bags and have plenty of room left so I think 5" wouldn't be An issue for me. You should have some room for adjusting the exhaust at least a little. Good luck.


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over the leaf or under the rail?

If anything I would think depending on your lift you may hit the leaf.
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My setup clears with lots of room. Carli 4.5" plus Carli bags with a Flo-Pro 5"
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Old 08-07-2014, 11:29 AM
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I've got the AirLift bags that mount under the frame rails. I think after looking at it 5 inch should fit- there is some sort of resonator on the stock pipe approx 5" in dia next to the bag now, and it clears it ok.

Do you lose the spare tire going with duals? Doesn't look like there is much room with the spare in there- if I have to lose the spare I might try something like this- please forgive me for the Dodge pic but the exhaust is what I'd like to do if I can't keep the spare tire.

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My setup clears with lots of room. Carli 4.5" plus Carli bags with a Flo-Pro 5"
Hey Ryan2012F350. Exactly which exhaust from Flo-pro do you have? I have a 4.5" pintop kit and the only reason I don't have carli bags is because they told me it would not work with a 5" exhaust. Any more info on your setup? I really want the carli bags but am afraid they wont fit.
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Hey Ryan2012F350. Exactly which exhaust from Flo-pro do you have? I have a 4.5" pintop kit and the only reason I don't have carli bags is because they told me it would not work with a 5" exhaust. Any more info on your setup? I really want the carli bags but am afraid they wont fit.
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Same as you man, Carli Pintop 4.5" Lift, Flo-pro Aluminized 5" no muffler, fits great, doesn't even come close to being an issue with the Carli Bags.

Get the bags... you'll never look back.
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Same here... 5" pipe with air bags. Plenty of room.


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