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Old 12-17-2011, 04:41 AM
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its finally done! 6" stacks through 12" box!!

the box is finally done... i have been talking about this for a long time, finally finished it... i cut the bottom and shortened the box so its still functional, i have my tool box in the middle and still saved some room by putting the stacks through the box
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Old 12-17-2011, 04:50 AM
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I wish I could see it better. I like the concept but really need a good look at it.
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let me know what you want you want to see i can take pics when it gets a little lighter out
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Not a fan of stacks (Seems like a Dodge thing to me) -BUT- I must say that is the best looking install I have seen with stacks so far. Maybe simply because the box hides all but the very last part of the stack itself and they aren't some crazy diameter pipe?

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Does your box leak when it rains? Looks good though! I'd like to see some more pics too
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Looks good. So is the only functional part the toolbox the deep part? I assume where the stacks go through and until the edge of the deep part of the box there is some sort of barrier so water and the elements don't penetrate your tools. Any way to get a box open view?
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Old 12-17-2011, 01:35 PM
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Wonder if the heat of the stacks will discolor the tool box, looks pretty good... I'm not a fan of stacks either because I don't understand why you'd want to lose a foot of bed space for no reason. Yours is a bit more practical since they're hidden under the box
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looks good, now just paint the tool box black to match...
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yea the next step is to paint it black to match, love to get it powder coated just afraid to find out what that would cost... but i have to put some better weather strip i'm getting a little moisture, but nothing you can deal with... the box is the deaper part and the stacks that i went with are ceramic so at running temp you could touch the pipes and not get burned and for extra precausion i wraped the pipe under the box with black heat temp exhaust wrap... will get some pics for everyone with the box open
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