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post #1 of 15 Old 02-26-2008, 02:00 PM Thread Starter
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Stacks... sure why not

well what would be the best size and how difficult are they to fabricate, i work where welders and such are avail. so let me know, also my dog rides with me where ever i go so will they get hot enough to cook him

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It is easier to get a kit.

I'm not sure about the temps on psd's, but my brother's dodge's stack gets pretty hot. You wouldn't want to touch it, and a dog would probably loses some hair.

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THey'll get hot enough that you won't want to touch them.

Are you going with a single stack or dual stacks?

Dual stacks it's a bit easier to just get an inbed kit. If you're doing a single stack just some flex pipe and the stack with some big c clamps work.

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I hear Home Depot is running a special.

YouTube - home depot smoke stack
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HAHAHAHAHA funny vid. i think i will do it a little better, i wanted to do dual stacks i think it would turn the heads a little better

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I hear Home Depot is running a special.

YouTube - home depot smoke stack
:h ehe::rof l:
I think some one forgot the duct tape

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LOL now that is funny..... they arent too hard to install but they will get hot... if you could make some kind of box around it to shield the heat as much as you can away from your dog that would be the best...
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what size would be the most efficient, 4-5-6? just curious before i start drilling holes

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i would go 5 or 6..

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