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Old 08-08-2008, 06:08 PM
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Which STACKS????

I am looking to order my stacks next Fri. and was wanting everyone's input on which type you think would look best on my truck ... I was going to get 5" Mitre's but then wanted 6" Aussie's ... now have no idea so I am going to let popular vote decide So now you guys decide

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Well Doug, if I were you I would invest in more power adders so I have another 6.0 to run againt on the dyno,,,,,

stacks wont give you power,....

I kid, I kid,

I like the aussies, if I had a long bed I would already have them
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Old 08-08-2008, 06:16 PM
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Sorta partial to the Aussies myself
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6'ers either way.
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could go either way...
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i will sell you some strait cut stacks (will mitre them if needed) 5"
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Well Doug, if I were you I would invest in more power adders so I have another 6.0 to run againt on the dyno,,,,,

stacks wont give you power,....

I kid, I kid,

I like the aussies, if I had a long bed I would already have them
Dont worry bout that good buddy, Last time I Dyno'd It was on 7 cylinders and I still broke 500's in TQ!!! Now I have all new injectors and new HPOP And I promise that they are "stock"
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Old 08-08-2008, 06:34 PM
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6'ers either way.
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Old 08-08-2008, 07:27 PM
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Grand Rocks 6" Aussies
Got to watch out what brand you use, Grand Rocks seem not to tarnish or rust, My buddy in Ohio had a off brand and they rusted and the chrome pitted.
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6 inch aussies is my vote
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