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Dual's or stacks?

Looking at putting new exhaust on my truck and wondering what opinions of other's I could get. Stacks are awesome but don't really wanna lose bedspace.

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I personally don't like stacks. If you were hauling livestock or something that they were necessary that would be one thing... Get a nice fat single with good flow and put a good looking tip on it and call it a day. Thats just my 2 cents


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I personally don't like stacks. If you were hauling livestock or something that they were necessary that would be one thing... Get a nice fat single with good flow and put a good looking tip on it and call it a day. Thats just my 2 cents


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i run a north exit but for someone who can't walk the walk just do a single
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im running dual stacks... all 5" and i really didnt lose much bedspace, but of course i have a real bed..8 footer

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I just went ahead and bought the Diamond Eye 4" Turbo Back with no muffler. Cheapest exhaust I could find so I bought it.

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im sure you will be more than happy. they all do the same thing, and all make pretty much the same power.

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Good price from a good vendor!

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stacks are the way to go..they are cheap and sound good!
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