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Old 12-29-2009, 07:45 AM
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Exhaust: Center Over Axle

Anyone run their exhaust to the center and dump it over the rear axle? If so please post up a picture, I am thinking about doing this but I wanna know if anyone has had any issues/problems with this as far as with law enforcement or smoking out the cabs of the truck or anything. I wonder how it sounds hitting the ground like that.

Yes or no?
Keep exhaust out passenger side corner behind rear wheel or center over axle dump?
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Old 12-29-2009, 08:02 AM
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I hand built a custom exhaust for my truck that comes out in the center rear. I love the way it looks and very few people have an exhaust setup like that. Im removing mine and going to stacks though because I tow alot and it sucks spending hours detailing a boat to have it filthy by the time you get to the lake. Also, depending on your local emissions testing facility, and how they test, it might not be legal. In AZ your exhaust must exit from under the vehicle and mine stopped just after the rear axle. I have a big lift so there was plenty of room for the tester to get under there but he told me that not everone would be so willing to bend the rules for me in the future. As far as pics, my truck is all apart getting a frame up, so I cant take any pics....
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theres a few videos on you tube. the trucks at work dump out right before the rear axle and theres no problem with exhaust in the cab there as long as its pointed down you should be fine
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Cool, thanks for the info NotStock, much appreciated. Ground up resto huh, sounds time consuming and expensive. Yeah the only thing that gets me about it is sooting whatever I'm towing. I have a bed cover and use my bed quite often so stacks wouldn't work for me. Maybe I'll just keep it in the stock location then so I don't dirty up the atv's, boat, race car ect..
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my Ex ha it just like that.. it sounds pretty good...
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Hey Raul, I thought you had a F250 or is that a second PSD you have?
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Old 12-29-2009, 09:39 AM
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Hey Raul, I thought you had a F250 or is that a second PSD you have?
sold the F250 and bought that Ex in my sig
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Old 12-29-2009, 09:51 AM
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sold the F250 and bought that Ex in my sig
How come man?
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Old 12-29-2009, 11:36 AM
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How come man?
got bored with it... and i have always wanted an Excursion... plus i needed something bigger with the bigger family now... plus i never used the bed... i have other work trucks to use as work trucks

plus this thing is sick with a 10" DR lift on 40's
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got bored with it... and i have always wanted an Excursion... plus i needed something bigger with the bigger family now... plus i never used the bed... i have other work trucks to use as work trucks

plus this thing is sick with a 10" DR lift on 40's
Wow that's a monster. I know you had it re-geared and some def. power adders done to it. That's one tall heavy beast.
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