Im not sure the diff in the II and III but I really like the stage III so I would say yes, but never compared the 3 stages, its an easy way to control EGTs and add an extra kick of HP for relatively cheap.That blows about the drill and tap situation:doh: Good thinkin w/the JB weld lol:thumb: Would you say the stage III is worth the money for the 6.4??
Dude, I got the perfect solution for ya, Truxedo covers:thumb: I had one on my old dodge and it was the shiznit! It was leather, had 3 bars I think, easy to take off, and I'd imagine it would be easy to cut holes for the stacks. I would figure on cuttin like a 5" hole, then clamping the leather w/ a metal ring the same diameter.Im not sure the diff in the II and III but I really like the stage III so I would say yes, but never compared the 3 stages, its an easy way to control EGTs and add an extra kick of HP for relatively cheap.
Also have you looked at tonnanoe covers? With the bottle back back and the now the snow 7gal tank I want to hide it all, and was thinking we're pretty much in the same boat.
What you think about putting one of those Trifecta covers on? Black, lockable, 3 folding hard cover on, now obviously the stacks will get in the way but nothing a 5" or 6" hole wouldn't solve... Have you ever seen on and is there bars running under the first section closest to the cab that would get in the way of cutting?
I hear ya on that:hehe: Truxedo has those hard covers as well, but Id imagine that they're a lil more expensive. I bet the covers would clean things up alot; hide your goodies for that "sleeper" status:gun:, and give you better milage!I honestly don't use the flat bed anyways hints the bottle/tank/stacks lol