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post #1 of 11 Old 04-14-2009, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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stack install problem...

need help, the U-Bolts that are supposed to go around the y pipe to the bed dont reach the bed. and i cant figure out how to work the L brackets... pictures of your stacks close up will help the most. thanks

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for some help and some pix of what I'm talking about


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If you want it to touch teh bed you are going to have to cut more of an oval hole so that more of the y will sit down through the bed so that it will touch

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you have to cut the whole bigger... it has to reach all the way to the bottom
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Is there even a hole cut? But just do what they said to do ^^^

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Is there even a hole cut? But just do what they said to do ^^^
yes there is a hole cut, but i guess ill have to cut it out more... this is a pain in the a$$

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yeah you need to cut it more so more of the y pipe sits in teh bed, cut it in an oval shape so it lays in there

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I wont say it cause its already been said.


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We didn't cut ours more.


The piece you have on the left side underneath, is EXACTLY how we left it. but further to the left. it supports the stack just fine, and ours is the same setup.


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got it done, found the template and cut out the hole the way it was supposed to be done. it didnt take long after i got it cut out and the flex pipe conected. thanks for the help yall. ill post pix in a bit.

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