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Old 01-03-2009, 07:56 PM
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Should I do stacks or not?Can't decide.Pic of truck included.

Well to me,The only thing missing on this truck is stacks.I might go a little higher in lift but I just think it needs some stcks to take up some of that long bed.The only stacks I like are miter cuts and I would probably get 6in ,maybe 5in.
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Old 01-03-2009, 07:58 PM
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6" would look great on your rig
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believe me, you will love the sound w/ the stacks, i had 5"miters at one time and i loved the sound, only regret was that it took me so long to pull the trigger, believe me, after installed you will be driving w/ the slidding window open for a loooooong time
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At least 6" and for length i would go just a tad above roof. They would look sweet. I am glad you like miters.
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I think 6" mitres just above the roof would look real good on your truck
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believe me, you will love the sound w/ the stacks, i had 5"miters at one time and i loved the sound, only regret was that it took me so long to pull the trigger, believe me, after installed you will be driving w/ the slidding window open for a loooooong time
And here I thought the slider was useless.
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Old 01-03-2009, 08:11 PM
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the slider will become very usefull in the near future if you go w/ them
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Old 01-03-2009, 08:12 PM
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Thats what I'm thinking.
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I agree I ride with mine open every once in a while. But with 8" stovepipes I get a headache quickly
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yeah I drove with mine open for a while too, but with my stacks sitting a little higher than my roof, if I roll coal with the slider open it fills my cab with smoke and then I noticed my whole headliner turned black so I dont leave it open as much now. lol
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