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Old 06-07-2013, 10:44 AM
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Photoshop some stacks por favor

Hey guys i have considered it long and hard since i have got the truck to put stacks on or not and im leaning towards it because i just like the big rig look. I know some of you guys are gonna give me crap but oh well your input will be dully noted. this is just to see what it looks like and if i dont really like it ill keep the rear exit

That said i want 2 6" black aussies slightly angled out and just about flush with the top of the cab just sticking out a bit. i dont want the ones that stick 3 ft over the cab. I went to find a rear picture of my truck and i realized i dont have very many how often do you take pics of the rear of your truck so i found 2 and 1 side shot. Any or all of them will be cool thanks
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darn that was fast...yall r good with these computers
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Hmm are they gonna look that small?

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darn that was fast...yall r good with these computers
Haha yea im definitely not
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Hmm are they gonna look that small?

I think the picture I found was for a 4" stack. lemme bump the size up



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