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post #1 of 18 Old 08-08-2008, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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need some help deciding on stack thinking 8 inch
heres what i want
movies of your stacks and thier sounds and what size there are,
pictures of your stack
and opinon on the subject
what is the loudest possible combination as there is no noise or emisson limit here.
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Must BE Nice!!!! to have no emissions
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it is
its one of those i can do what ever i want and get away with it feelings

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still needing help

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I am in the same boat, six or seven mitres for me on the quadcab longbed. noone around here has stacks so I have no Idea if the sevens will look too big or not

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i have a short box exten cab and im think 8 just cause they are really really loud

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8's, I thought 7's were the biggest, who makes the 8's

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here in illinois we have no emission laws and it is great. i've found that it is easiest to go to a semi truck shop of any kind and they usually always have anywhere from 5-8" stacks.

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i have 6" miters and i think they are large enough.... check out my garage for pics
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where is the best place to purchase stacks online

2007 F350 Crew Cab Long Bed Superlift 6 inch 37x13.50 Toyos 18in KMC diesel (black) Grandrock 7 inchers silverline downpipe dual superlift ss stabalizers SCT xcal III, headstuds, trainhorns, snow water/meth kit, egr delete, zoodad.
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