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Old 08-18-2009, 06:50 PM
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exhaust stacks

my truck currently has a cap on it. I would like keep the cap on I think or perhaps put a tunnel cover on. However I think I want to put stack exhaust on the truck. has anyone out there seen trucks with stack s that come up threw a tunnel cover or cap? anyone know of any kits or company that do this kinda thing. or is this going to involve a lot of custom fabrication.
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for a setup like that with a "tunnel cover" you are going to need to have something custom fabricated. i wouldn't even attempt to do that by yourself.

unless you have a good welder for vinyl
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I saw a 12v Cummings with tunnel cover cap through stacks. Said they helped shave 2/10ths off at the track from wind resistance. Might be worth checking into
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Wtf is a Tunnel cover? I have them on my Tonneau cover.
Very Easy To Do, took 30min Tops.
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that looks pretty bad ***. is it a kit? how did you go about doing it?
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Was that easy to measure and do, I need to do that.. Hmm you are in the sparta area which is in the same state...... I dont want to ruin the cover...

I am very mechanically inclined however the cover was a gift.....
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For a tonneau cover you could also make a cover to go around the stacks, then use a shorter soft cover to cover the rest of the bed. Like on tjl's truck
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Heres another option...
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My buddy is working on that soon, he explained it to me the other day but I wasnt paying attention because it got too complicated and involved me working with fire and I dont do that, i piss my pants just touching a welder.
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For a tonneau cover you could also make a cover to go around the stacks, then use a shorter soft cover to cover the rest of the bed. Like on tjl's truck
That is a sck setup! I love it.
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