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does anyone know who has the best deal on stack kits right now? im talkin the t pipe the whole way with the stacks??? since i cut the muffler off ive decided to put stacks on.

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Talk to Josh Stewart at Grand Rock. Here's his link: http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/members/1474.html

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yeah i think grand rock is awsome good pricing to. but there a little backed from what a few have said but worth the wait.

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it was $100 to put a single 5" stack on my truck. i highly reccomend doing it yourself. i talked to a local truck shop, and picked up a stack for free. i went to a local truck repair shop, and picked up 2 90* 4" elbows, a 4"-5" adapter and a u-bolt clamp for $100. it was just manual labor from there on. cutting a hole in the bed was the hardest part. i had a new bedliner sprayed a few weeks before it was worth it though. im not sure about routing 2 stacks though. if you have a local truck shop, talk to them about a stack. they should have a couple lying around.
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I agree go with grand rock I have 5" turnouts. I installed them myself. They give you all the parts you need and it was easy to install. They look and sound great. You will not be dissapointed

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dpppower had a better price than grandrock on grandrock kits when i got mine.. go figure. I have 6" mitres.
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