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People with stacks..

Can you show me what type of toolbox you have in your bed. I have a single 8' MBRP black stack and need a way to keep things in the bed without getting wet, as well as locking things up. Thanks.

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When I had my stacks, I ran them up through a piece of diamond plate that ran flush across my bed rails. I had my toolbox sitting right behind them towards the rear of the the truck. It was the best way I found and it hid the piping, all you could see was the stacks coming up through the diamond plate. Don't have pictures and sold them but hope this helps.
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look at knaack tool boxes I have a 36" jobsite box I'll mount when I pull my gooseneck, we used them in the coal mines as our toolboxes and should fit between your stacks, are super secure and have holes in the bottom to mount it... heres a link to their website...
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what i did was went to my local salvage saw a toolbox they had half beaten cut the top off and used the bottom half and flipped it over... keeps **** from melting to it

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^^^ Good idea. I can't tell you how many water bottle and dip cans i Had melted on my pipe

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