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Stacks on a flatbed

Anyone put stacks on a flatbed? I'd like to see how you guys did it.

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Guys by me with flatbed work trucks have stacks that run off up the sides behind the cab like big rigs, it looks bad *** I must admit and im not a stack kinda guy..Look into it it would look good on your truck

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