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post #1 of 12 Old 05-06-2008, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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im looking for pictures of...

a truck with two mitre cut stacks right next to each other. my friends puttin stacks on his and he wants to be different and thats pretty much the only thing we could think of other than takin a single mitre cut and turnin it out left side instead of the high side being against the cab

any pictures or other ideas would be greatly appreciated yall

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what about taking a flat top stack and cutting out some tribal design out of the top. hey just a thought.

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or have the miters face one another with the low sides in the middle ??

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I'm subscribing to this to see some pics of some way different stacks...

I like he idea of to mitres next to each other, and possibly with the tall sides in the middle.

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a truck with two mitre cut stacks right next to each other. my friends puttin stacks on his and he wants to be different and thats pretty much the only thing we could think of other than takin a single mitre cut and turnin it out left side instead of the high side being against the cab

any pictures or other ideas would be greatly appreciated yall
Or why not try what everyone on here has been kinda talk about and getting your hands on some turn outs or aussies and making side pipes out of them

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Not hijacking this but today I saw a Dodge with 5 or 6" aussie's running underneath both sides where my steps are. It looked and sounded good. They dumped out right before the rear wheels.
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Good way not to keep a clean wheel. I liked kyles idea it sounds awesome. Or what about behind the front wheel dump(could be loud).


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Mine turns out the side before the rear tire, and i have no problem with dirty wheels. I wash my truck once maybe twice a month.

On trucks, arent you supposed to have it exiting past the cab? I'm not sure...

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This is my friends truck with stacks as sidepipes.

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maybe run the pipe up the center of the bed then get a custom V pipe so the stacks would go out in a V shape at a slight angle from the center of the bed then end up at the top of the cab about a foot apart.

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