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Keep the Exhaust as is 39 41.94%
Dual 5 inch Miter cut stacks 24 25.81%
Single 5 inch Miter cut stack 5 5.38%
other...(suggest please) 25 26.88%
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post #1 of 44 Old 03-13-2009, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
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Stacks or stay the same???

im wanting to put stacks on my truck now, what i have now is a turbo back 4 inch straight pipe with a 6 inch tip out back, what i wanted was to have two stacks comming out my bed 5 inch miter cut, what do you guys think? any suggestions???...



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I voted other. Your rig looks good. I think 5" will be too small. I would go 6 or even 7" on a dually. I have 8" stacks and I think they look great

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i would go with like 6x36 curved stacks
i think curved stacks would look the best on your truck personally
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Unless you need them for a specific reason (Ie: sled pulling to direct exhaust upwards) I say leave it alone. You have a super clean looking truck...

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Id leave the exhaust the way it is. Looks good
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i say leave it man. the truck looks great! unless of course you were going to donate your old setup to the bryan's truck foundation... id be appreciative and suggest you do something like dual 6 inch miters

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i would go with like 6x36 curved stacks
i think curved stacks would look the best on your truck personally
Ditto! I think your rig would look bada$$ with those curved stacks. Your truck looks sweet as is also.

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i said other cause i think you need bigger than 5" i say dual 7" or bigger bullhorns cause on the duallys mitres dont look that good JMO

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Unless you need them for a specific reason (Ie: sled pulling to direct exhaust upwards) I say leave it alone. You have a super clean looking truck...
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