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Smile What stacks should i put on my 1997 obs reg cab?

Hey everyone. So before i go and purchase my stacks, i'm wondering what style i should get. I am considering either Mitre cut, Aussie, or Bullhaulers. It's a 1997 F350 Regular cab long bed. I know the Mitre will definitely look great, but ive considered the bigger ones such as aussie or bullhaulers for a big bad look. I am getting 7inch dual chrome stacks. I'll attatch a picture of my truck so you can get a feel for what it looks like, pictures with same stacks as you think would look the best are greatly appreciated!! thankyou!!

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NICE truck! I vote miter cut stacks.

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First of all...........

2nd, were are u in CT

3rd, nice clean truck!

4th, i vote miter. im looking for a pare of 7" miters myself they sound so good.

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First of all...........

2nd, were are u in CT

3rd, nice clean truck!

4th, i vote miter. im looking for a pare of 7" miters myself they sound so good.
Thanks for the suggestions! i bit the bullet after thinking about this for a while and ordered a pair of 7" Mitre stacks from blackclouddiesel today. looking forward to getting them on, ill hopefully get alot of pictures! Thanks Tanpowersmoker! I'm located in Storrs CT near the University Of Connecticut. Nice truck you have there! love the tan color!!
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i was gunna say miter also, but looks like you already ordered them!

post a pic after you install them!

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