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post #1 of 23 Old 09-14-2007, 10:53 AM Thread Starter
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Questions on stacks????

Ok I've been doing research on stacks, aka surfin' the web, and I know MBRP has stacks for the 2008's but they aren't big enough ..... I really, really like the grand rock stacks especially the 7in monsters, but I don't exactly see an app. guide for them....are they universal, meaning you cut the exhaust right under the front of the bed and just go up from there and through the bed???? Or am I missing something?.......also if there are any vendors reading, can I get a quote? Thanks guys

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I have pictures of the Universal grandrock kit layed out if you would like I can forward them to ya. But I think you basically have the right idea

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I have pictures of the Universal grandrock kit layed out if you would like I can forward them to ya. But I think you basically have the right idea
Yeah if you could that would be great.....and I'm not even going to ask you about your avatar

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Ok I'll shoot them over to you as soon as I get home from work I thought I had them here at work but I dont!

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Ok I'll shoot them over to you as soon as I get home from work I thought I had them here at work but I dont!

Thats what you call a redneck babysitter or play pin! works well with drunk people at parties too! duct tape is strong stuff!
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i just spoke with black cloud and they told me that the bed kits are all standard. the only vehicle specific kits are the turbo back kits. oh yeah did i tell you i have a brand new 6" miter cut kit for sale. lol

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Haha, Nice Avatar. All of the stack kits should be the same for the bed kits. They are a pretty easy install. Cut exhaust at the back of the cab, cut a hole in the bed, and hook it all together.

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i'll second all that was said, i've done quite a bit of stack research myself.

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i just spoke with black cloud and they told me that the bed kits are all standard. the only vehicle specific kits are the turbo back kits. oh yeah did i tell you i have a brand new 6" miter cut kit for sale. lol
I really want 7in but if the price is right .....PM for price.....do you have a pic?

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Haha, Nice Avatar. All of the stack kits should be the same for the bed kits. They are a pretty easy install. Cut exhaust at the back of the cab, cut a hole in the bed, and hook it all together.
with Logan. Stacks are a pretty cut and dry install.

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