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View Poll Results: Favorite stack style
Straight Cut 170 9.14%
Mitre 1,085 58.33%
Ausie 216 11.61%
Turnout 123 6.61%
Bullhualer 201 10.81%
Cat Stacks 65 3.49%
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post #13 of 222 (permalink) Old 09-02-2007, 11:17 AM
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Just depends on what truck the stacks are going on to me. I like bull haulers on duallys and I like mitres and turn outs on SRW.


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What are Ausies?

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i vote 7" bullhaulers

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What are Ausies?
This is a pic of the Ausies in my truck....:thumbsup


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When you get stacks, and live in a area where is snows/rains a lot, should that have an affect on your choice.

It's just that I love the mittre cut, but should I be afraid of water going were it is not wanted.
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Most of the miter cut stacks say they are used for over the road truckers, because of water and snow not getting a chance to build up. If you drive it everyday, it shouldn't be a problem. Or you can drill an 1/8th inch hole at the lowest point to let the moisture out.

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6in mitres on all my trucks but if I had the right truck bullhaulers would be on it.

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BULLHAULERS all the way :thumbsup
next would be a miter tho

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I love bullhaulers, you just got to have them setup right on the right truck.

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I think it depends on the application

For my '04 3/4 ton, I want 6" mitre cuts,

Bullhaulers look good on duallys, but not on SRW trucks (IMHO)

Gotta love straight cut hood stacks on the pullin trucks,

And my Massey Ferguson 10hp Tecumseh garden tractor has a straight cut stack with a flapper on top.

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6" Mitre's are going on my rig. :thumbsup

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I love the look of bullhaulers but i couldnt refuse the price on the turnout i have on my truck!!!!

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