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post #1 of 8 Old 12-29-2011, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
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Hi all could I please see some pics of yalls stack mounts? Thanks.
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post #2 of 8 Old 12-29-2011, 05:38 PM
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You can kind of see them here, its the ring where stack meets top of bed rail.

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Ok so they are just bolted? I welded mine to the top of the bed I know it's not ideal but it's just temporary.
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I bolted mine for temporary, how is a weld more temporary? I stuffed it all together then slipped the mounts on and adjusted height and width as necessary to be even and not ****eyed

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Well there is a good chance that the weld will brake from vibration and then I'll go a different route.
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Ahh, if you have the flex pipe it shouldn't be a problem tho.

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I do have the flex pipe but it vibrates quite a bit so I'm just preparing for the worst.
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where i mounted mine

i dont have a picture right at the moment if you want one i can take one. my stack i had someone built it. The stack is on a square piece of metal that peice of metal sits on the hole in my bed. Theres a 4 inch adpater peice underneath it where my clamp goes. Now i took at 7 inch clamp off a tri-axle i put it around sorta at the top of my stack and bolted it down on top of the front bed rail. My stack does not move at all with that clamp there.
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