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installed a 6in stack

hey guys first off sorry for the crappy and quick pics. So i got this 6in stack for free because my buddy traded in his 6.0 so i took it off his hands, prolly wont leave it on all the time. Just going to use it for sled pulls and what not. Here are some quick pics i took with the phone.








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looks good. cant beat free lol. i have been thinkin about a stack for my truck. i was thinkin 6 inch but after seeing yours i might go 7 but just a tad shorter

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thanks man. It looks bigger than the pics show. I might trim it down a little but its flush with the cab now


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dang cant be free.....looks good, u should sell it to me so u can make some money.....lol looks good im in the middle of gettin a stack or keeping my exhaust the same.....
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heres 2 more with the sun out this afternoon





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looks good man! now i just gotta decide do i want a 6 or a 7!

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looks good man! now i just gotta decide do i want a 6 or a 7!
I like them both but I think the single stack looks good but ill prob do a 7 they look good when they are a tad shorter than the cab but you have to worry about the black window lol

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ya i plan on lower mine a inch or so


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Looks good dude.

For what it's worth, if you go below the cab you'll create cavitation that will roll the soot around in a turbulence that covers your window/roof. While I love the look of flush or low cut stacks, I don't want the mess or upkeep. Mine is 1" above the roof line and I have zero soot accumulation.

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