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Old 06-12-2012, 09:18 AM
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Turboback on an '02

A buddy is looking to replace his failing exhaust on his '02 7.3L supercab standard bed and he want the tip to be in fornt of the rear tire on the passenger side. Are there any bolt on kits available or will we have to piece something together?
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Nope... You will have to make your own.
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I got the sawsall out and cut off the failed muffler. He fired it up and said, "It's fine like that" and we left it there.
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Childs play! Cut off before and after muffler. Drop muffler, use the tail pipe and remained pieces to dump out infront of tire.

I did that on my 99.5
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Old 06-20-2012, 05:59 PM
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He was hoping to use this opportunity to upgrade to a bigger exhaust, but this will suffice.
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my buddy made a strait exit like you said on his 6.0. it sounds pretty dang good on his truck!
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Hey Matt, nice meeting you the other day. Your truck looks even better in person.
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my buddy made a strait exit like you said on his 6.0. it sounds pretty dang good on his truck!
SS4Matt,

What type of steps are those on your rig (in your sig)?
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