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stacks on a flatbed?!

buddy of mine has a 01 f350 cc flatdeck.. he runs his own excavation company and once i saw his truck im like? "whers your stacks lol" so i convinced him to buy some the stock exhaust is chopped just before the rear diff.. so what does he need? just a flex pipe 90 to a stack kit? wheres a good place to buy?

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Depending how your flatbed is setup you can run it on the outside so it doesn't use any bedroom.

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[QUOTE=Cat_Rebel;1757993]Depending how your flatbed is setup you can run it on the outside so it doesn't use any bedroom.

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I want to put stacks on my flatbed 450 and thought about running them like this. How hot do stacks get? Any issues with the heat affecting the paint?

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They don't get too hot & when you think about it they always have wind hitting them cooling them off when mounted on the outside.
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stacks don't get hot at all, even my box i made for mine will only melt plastic....other than that i haul hay and strawl routinely and never had problems....pm me and i'll get anyone prices on anything stacks related

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