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post #1 of 7 Old 08-09-2008, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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6 or 7 inch stacks....

gonna order my stacks tomorrow but cant decide to go with the 6 or 7 inch mitre cuts on my quad cab long bed....any thoughts.

Also, what is the advantage of having an adjustable trac bar with a leveling kit with 33x 12.5x 20R on a 2007

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if your going with duals i say go with 6 inchers, if a single stack go for a 7 inch.
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deffinatly 7in 8in also looks bada$$

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+ 1 on the 6in i have a set on the obd farm truck and the sound nasty

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cant go rong but i'd prolly get 7's


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i have a crew cab shrt bed and i have 6 inchers! heres a pic!
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I'd start another thread for your other question, so it gets more attention.

Go with the 6". 7 inch is too big. I thought I wanted 7" too when I got my single stack....but i'm sooo glad I got the 6 instead. 7 looks obnoxious.

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