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Old 02-12-2012, 12:12 PM
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Best deal on Stacks?

I'm looking to stack my 1995 Powerstroke. I am interested in running a single stack. I am going to need a kit that goes from the turbo back. I still have the stock downpipe on it. Looking for either a 7 or 8 inch stack. Anyone know any good places for stacks? Let me know. Thanks
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Old 02-12-2012, 07:42 PM
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cptrucks.com, xdp diesel, craigslist, semi truck junk yard for a diy approach lol, good luck
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Welcome! I built my own but the above suggestions will help. I did it the complete down and dirty way and I will say that if I had the money handy i'd do a kit next time. Good luck and let us know how it goes.
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lol, the diy is defintaly going to be cheaper, but i had over $800 in my last stack kit, wish i would have just kept it and installed it on my current truck
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Thanks for all the websites and everything that really helped me out actually. Think I found the system I want to run for a reasonable price.
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