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exhaust stack kit

id like to run a single stack on my truck.... what size should i go with 4inch? its stock.

and any info on a jake brake(exhaust brake)

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go with 4" TB.. here is our single exhaust stack kits: Single Exhaust Stack Kit

6" miters look the best IMO
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I would go with a 6" stack for your truck if its stock height

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what about exhaust brakes anyway to do one?

does the 4inch single stack sound like just a straight pipe, and i have no cat right

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what about exhaust brakes anyway to do one?

does the 4inch single stack sound like just a straight pipe, and i have no cat right
I wouldnt do a 4 inch stack that would just look silly

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yeah 4 inch looks weird.....
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the stack kit replaces the whole exhaust

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Yeah but you can get a 6" stack and it will reduce to your 4" exhaust, thats how they work and thats how mine is set up

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Yeah but you can get a 6" stack and it will reduce to your 4" exhaust, thats how they work and thats how mine is set up
exactly what he said
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