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single stack position?

where would you put your single stack?


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underneath the truck.
no balls, no balls, no balls nooo balls

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no balls, no balls, no balls nooo balls
i had balls when i ran a 4" straight pipe into
an 8" stack. just wanst practical.

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Middle of the bed. And I don't mean middle of the bed next to the cab. Smack dab between the back wheels, where a gooseneck hitch would go.

Hey it would be original

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twin stacks is the way to go. have u eve seen a cool looking big rig with a single stack. Or if u need it a hood stack is always cool on a pullin truck

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i had balls when i ran a 4" straight pipe into
an 8" stack. just wanst practical.
i don't see the practicality in have a 550 daily driver but i cool as hell. on may way to 550 let me clear that up. only 400 right now kinda weak

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personally id never put a stack on my truck. my buddy has an 8" cat stack offset on the right side basically right above the original exhaust path. looks good.

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Just offset from center for a single... Just don't put a itty bitty 5" stack in it, at least 7" or 8"

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way to bring up a 6 month post to the top.. LOL

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