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Early 99 bellowed up pipes?

Does anyone besides International have bellowed up pipes? I remember seeing in someone's sig that they had a set from a vendor or diesel site, but can't remember whom or what their thoughts were on them. Thanks.
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I'm looking for a set also. Here's what I found.
International Bellowed Up-pipe Kit 94-Early 99 - Riffraff Diesel Performance
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I have them in my sig, they are from bar none diesel out of Oregon. do a google search and you will find them
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oh, and I have had them on since September, and I haven't had any leaks and they are good quality.
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Are the 94-97 pipes the same as e99?
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Thanks for the quick responses y'all. I didnt see those on riff raffs site when looking. Need to open my eyes i guess. And HVAC it was in your sig thank your very much.
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im pretty sure the pipes are the same, but the y pipe at the top is different for the obs trucks than the SD trucks.

bar none diesel sells both the obs and e99 pipes.
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For the $800 that it costs to get the RiffRaff pipes you may as well start gathering parts to convert to late 99.
Then you have options for up pipes from $200-$400
Heck i have a complete late99 setup here that i would sell for less than the $400 difference
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For the $800 that it costs to get the RiffRaff pipes you may as well start gathering parts to convert to late 99.
Then you have options for up pipes from $200-$400
Heck i have a complete late99 setup here that i would sell for less than the $400 difference
What does it take to convert to L99?
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Turbo, pedestal, I think intake sryder, and intake manifolds, and a couple boots.
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