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post #1 of 5 Old 06-08-2010, 11:11 AM Thread Starter
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stacks or no stacks that is the ?

ok i love the look of stacks but i dont know if i want them... tell me what u think, will i pick up any power? with it drop my egt?
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I've had them and took them out it was fun for a couple months then got bored with.them so really its all up to you bud they do look good tho.

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Not practical for me. I pull a 5th wheel, don't want soot tracks down the sides. Was getting soot on the bottom right side skirt with a straight tip - Went to a turn down tip to stop that from happening.

I guess it's a matter of taste - I've seen some truck they look really good on, some trucks....not so much.


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I dont think stacks look good on a stock truck eaither. you need somewhat of a lift and bigger tires. So if you lifted ide go for it, some nice 7".

I have been planning on getting some stacks, but for 1000 bucks I just cant get myself to buy them just for looks.

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I dont think stacks look good on a stock truck eaither. you need somewhat of a lift and bigger tires. So if you lifted ide go for it, some nice 7".

I have been planning on getting some stacks, but for 1000 bucks I just cant get myself to buy them just for looks.
I completely agree. Stacks look better on a lifted truck rather than stock. That's pretty much what's stopping me from getting them since I have a stock height truck.

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