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post #1 of 25 Old 02-23-2012, 05:58 AM Thread Starter
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Square stacks?

Anyone ever seen a set of square kinda rectangular miter cut stacks?
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Or have any Input on then?
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I'll put it this way. I've never seen it on anything that looked good. Or really any stacks that look good in general, some but not most.

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never heard of it, got picks?

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I like stacks. Duals only. Bull hauler or mitre cuts. And not too tall either. Square? Don't think I'd like that.



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Anyone ever seen a set of square kinda rectangular miter cut stacks?
Entirely too hard to join together.

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it sounds interesting lol, and here soon im gonna sell some bull haulers, i like miter only

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Entirely too hard to join together.
not really, just need a round to square adaptor, they make those for plumbing and you can find them in pvc, just making them lighter is the issue, but sounds very interesting

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Wouldn't be too difficult to join together. Helped a guy fab up a set of 6" diameter dual stacks a couple months ago using a square "collector" in the bed of the truck.
His setup was a 3"DP to 4" tubing to a piece of 6"x8" square stock which ran along width of bed. From here we ran a 6" circular stack out of each end.
Wouldn't be any more work to run a rectangular (say 5"x6") stack instead of circular.
Only trouble would be finding material with the right dimensions and thin enough walls to use as a stack, then having it chromed or powder coated.
Also, not exactly sure of volumetric airflow efficiency moving from a circular to square stock. Wasn't an issue on build I mentioned previously as he was going for a 'baller on a budget' setup. I'd assume some kind of turbulence would arise however.

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I'll post a pic here soon i gotta find it first lol. I think on this truck it doesn't look too bad.
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