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I just bought a set of grand rock stacks for my 97 F350. it is a turbo back kit and i was wondering if anyone could tell me how to install them on my truck. and i wanna know if i need to leave the cat on or can i take it off. i am completely clueless at this point so any help will be great!
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did you buy just stacks or a full kit?, cat back kit?

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full kit turbo back
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depends on your state emmisions laws, and if anyone will inspect it. My truck is straight piped out the stacks. No emissions laws for the light duty diesel....till 04?. I think.

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do u know if there is a diagram or anything that i can download
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have you done a goggle search for the diagram? I'll take some pics of my install...but it'll be late tommrow afternoon.
For the pipe and the Y pipe hole in the bed, cut it oval shaped.....be sure you get the y pipe measured and centered b4 you drill any holes for the stack supports. Actually its the lenth of the y pipe....the hole in the bed will be off center, but you want your stacks to have the equal distance between them and the edge of the inner bed rail.

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Hell, give me a minute...I'll go take some pics now...if your like me, you want to install those stacks now!

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is there a clamp on both ends of the flex pip? did u do turbo back and if so can u get some pics of that?
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