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Stacks, errr stack.

Now that I've got some serious coal with a turbo to drive it out, I'm thinking stacks.

However I saw this truck with a single 6" mitre that I fell in love with.





I used to drool over dual 5-6" mitres... but a single off the right like this looks badazz...

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i like two in the back. but if you have enought coal to come out both then that what i would so. id go with flat tops though..but thats just my opion..

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Well mitre's it will be. I've wanted mitre's or slash, angled cut etc... since I first saw them @ the dyno day @ dillsburg in Pa almost 2 years ago.

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wow I really like that thanks for adding another exhaust option to my delima of what to get

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I love that look id say go for it i will someday but its hard to find a kit probably have to just buy what you need and do it yourself. that looks sweet.

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i think you will like duals though. I love mine. go with 6s imo.

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All I need is some flex pipe, the stack and a 6" hole saw!

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I love the look of a single stack coming from under the hood! I know thats not an option, but sure is cool

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I have the single black in the rear, and i love it, it doesnt get annoying when i tow, which is why i choose a single, plus you lose less bedspace, and i can fit a fuel tank on the other side. i also have it almost flush with the roof, its a good look i think,



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A guy i knew went with a single but it was a 6x6 tube which he miter cut he had to do alot of welding to get it around a pipe it looked real different, I guess he didnt like it cause he took it off after a week? Just thought id share.

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