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Stacks?

Hey all I want to put stacks on my truck, 99 extcab longbox and I found some stacks but what size should I get 5, 6, ? I don't know I won't be buying an mbrp kit I'm pieceing it together.... duel stacks as well

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Re: Stacks?

Personally is go 6 I have 5 under my truck and its big but its small for stacks

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6 inch stacks are pretty big and will give you a good sound. I have 8" ones on my lariat, just get the turbo back kit as well.
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Re: Stacks?

I've bever done exhaust befor is it fairly easy?

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Ease of installation somewhat depends on you. Do you have much mechanical experience? What type of tools do you have? since you are piecing it together, will you be clamping the connections or welding?

I'll say this, I did the stacks on my old truck in the front yard with a basic set of hand tools, a jigsaw to cut the bed, and a drill. But I bought a used kit from a member here that started as a complete kit. I have done a few home built exhausts but I have a welder and all that.

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Re: Stacks?

Me and a couple of buddies are goin to do it, we all have some fairly good mechanical skills, and they both have welders. how hard is the downpipe to replace?

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Re: Stacks?

Will you guys post some pics of 99 to 03 extended cab superdutys with stacks if you have one, thanks

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