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post #1 of 37 Old 07-09-2010, 09:49 PM Thread Starter
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exhaust.

thinking of loosing my stacks and runnin the exhaust out before the rear tire, anyone runnin like this? pros/cons/pics. i know some people complain of soot on the side of the truck and what. any kind of comments welcome thanks guys


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haha yeah i know that i use to just run a straight pipe and i liked it so i think i might do back to that. stacks are alright but im wantin to go for the sleeper look


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just spit ballin but if you are a big coal roller you might get your rear tires a bit greasy and add slippage at unnessasary times
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Interested in trading those stacks for 4" MBRP with dual 6" tips?

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just spit ballin but if you are a big coal roller you might get your rear tires a bit greasy and add slippage at unnessasary times
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Interested in trading those stacks for 4" MBRP with dual 6" tips?
you got any pics? is it turbo back? im interested you can view more pics of mine in the photo album in my Sig.

i dont mind havin the stacks im use to the noise now and im not loosin any bed space since my tool box is settin on my stack box. just lookin to do somethine different.

anyone got any pics of exhaust exiting infront of the rear tire


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just spit ballin but if you are a big coal roller you might get your rear tires a bit greasy and add slippage at unnessasary times
Not really sure what you're talking about but... I plan on setting my exhaust BEHIND the rear wheel... so smoke won't shoot out and get my rim all dirty. I don't think you have to worry about smoke spraying all over your rear tire, and losing traction, if you mount the exhaust IN FRONT of the rear wheel... at least I think that's what your talking about

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i got pics of my homeade side dump and really like it

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sticks out about 3 inches more now was a little sucked in befor

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I just took my stacks out also, I have the 90* bent piece that was going to the stack turned down ans to the right until I have the cash for a new 4". It's too loud right now!

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