has any one put dual stacks to one side of there:headbang1: bed i seen a dodge that way and it looked sharp ive got two 6" stacks im going to install but i wonted to see them on a ford
Ha well then who sent the messege so I know where to position the sniper? :rofl:Stacks are for village people and should be grounds for immediate man card revocation.
Don't kill the messenger.
What have you heard bad about stacks? Except maybe from people who dont run rain caps or use some other form of weather protection :dunno:I have only heard bad things about stacks... and running duals on a 6.0 sounded bad too... Im happy with my 4" pipe out the back
I bought my truck with stacks, I did like them but they did get old. Mine were loud (no muffler) since they are right behind the cab. My buddies liked them but the obvious reasons like bed space and not bed cover option really made me decide to get rid of them!opcorn2:I haven't seen any with both on one side.The only down side I have seen with mine is you better make sure you cover them with some thing if rain is coming:doh: Other wise your gonna get a black mess all over the truck.:crazy:
Do you have stacks, or have had them?All I have heard about the stacks is the added noise when under load, Yeah it gives you a hard on for the first 10k miles, but it will get irritating to listen to it all the time, especially if the noise is a couple whiners in the backseat complaining about it.
exactly how i felt with mine. But didnt make it anywhere near 10k haha Had them about 3k and couldn't take the noise and or soot all over my trailer after a storm. They went bye bye fast! :hehe: to each there ownAll I have heard about the stacks is the added noise when under load, Yeah it gives you a hard on for the first 10k miles, but it will get irritating to listen to it all the time, especially if the noise is a couple whiners in the backseat complaining about it.