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Old 02-20-2010, 05:48 AM
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STACK HELP PLEASE!!!

I am installing my stack today and I need to see how you all mounted your stacks and ran exhaust and just the whole setup if you have any pics of it. I could really use anyones help so I do this right.
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sturdyest way i have seen is a plate welded onto the stack and mount it to the bed also put a matching plate under it... what afriend did on his cummins
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What size is your stack at the bottom? does it reduce or is it 7" straight?
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My stack is a 6 inch that reduces down to a 5 and what I did is attached an elbow onto the bottom of the stack, ran flex pipe to the old exhaust. And to keep the stack from moving or anything, I bought a 6 inch stack clamp and screwed it into the bed. Held up really well.
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I am about to do a dual 7" stack install my self. I know there are a couple videos on youtube of installs. I think they are cummins mostly buy still shows a few tricks and a good over view. Good luck
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My stack is a 7 inch that reduces down into a 5 inch. But I bought a 5 to 4 inch adapter with it because my old exhaust is a 4 inch straight pipe. I bought some flex pipe, a 90 degree angle pipe, and I will have some extra 4 inch pipe when I cut my exhaust off under the bed.
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