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post #1 of 49 Old 02-10-2009, 08:08 PM Thread Starter
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Stacks or Dual Exhaust??

come spring time i am going for a new exhaust approach, had the 4" turbo back for a year, time for something diff.

I love stacks, but some trucks they dont look right & i feel that mine is too short for stacks...

Should I go with the duals, or ditch the hard cover and go with 6" ausies??






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one 6 inch stack offset to the right

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stacks for sure 7 inch miters would look sweet


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stacks for sure 7 inch miters would look sweet
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i really want stacks for mine...but i think since u have the bed cover...id keep it and go duals. unless u want to sell the bed cover to cover the price of the stacks. itll look sweet either way
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Stacks are for Semi's. 5" Duals From Farmboy Diesel w/ 6" or 7" Tips Looks AWSOME!!!!!

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I would reposition the rear section of the exhaust to were it comes out between the bumper and rear tire. Dual Exhaust look lame on a truck and they are never semetrical. I would get the bed cover painted to match the truck better.
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I think duals would look better on your truck than stacks

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Stacks are for Semi's. 5" Duals From Farmboy Diesel w/ 6" or 7" Tips Looks AWSOME!!!!!
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I vote duals. Your truck is kinda short for stacks to look right. I agree with what was posted earlier, 5" dual with some 7" tips

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