First off I just want to say that I am a fan of stacks I think they look good on some trucks, some of the members here have trucks that look great with them; Now with that said, what is the deal with overly large stacks?
For instance, while sitting in traffic(35mph) yesterday, I saw and 08-10 F250 with 12" stacks in the bed
, I just dont understand the need for that. I mean the truck was mildly lifted and had some blacked out rims, but the stacks just seemed too much. 8" stacks would've been fine, I've seen 10" stacks on a Semi, and those seemed big, the 12s IMO don't belong in the bed of a pickup.
I'm not trying to pick a fight here, just want some opinions on the subject, and to see if anyone has them, and why they decided on them instead of 8s or 10s.
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