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which stacks??

Hey guys, I need some help deciding on which stacks to run, I have 2 sets, one set are miter cut chrome 5" and the other are curved tip non-chrome 5". Given the fact I cat get the curved ones chromed which do you think would look best?????

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I love the mitres

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I think the mitre's are the best looking. Get 'em put on so I can see what they will look like on mine...LOL.

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Miter Cuts Just put a set of 6 inch miter cuts on my PSD and love them DO IT
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This gives an idea, also what about heighth?? Higher or lower




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Miters, and about 8 inches higher than the roof of the cab. Unless you want to buy the new Aussie cut stacks from Grandrock. I think that is what I'm going with. Since you already have the miters, thats the way I would go.

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Mitres, just even with the cab or just slightly over.


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They both look pretty good to me. I'd lower em a touch, cut the mitres so the shorter end of the cut is just higher than the headache rack. If I did the turnouts I'd kick em out just above the headache rack.

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here are what my 6 in miter cuts look and sound like. maybe this will help

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