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post #1 of 4 Old 01-02-2013, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys i have a 02 F-250 and im looking to put stacks on it. I like the look of the miter cuts but im not looking to put buckets on the stacks every time it rains. Is that even something that i should be worried about or is water not going to go in there?
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It just runs out the bottom of mine at the flex pipe


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so you drilled a hole in the bottom?
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I have an 8" single cat stack and when it rains not that much actually runs in the stack and what does gets blown out or evaporated when I start the truck.

Unless you live somewhere that gets raindrops the size of small rottweilers you shouldn't have any real problems.


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