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10-05-2019 08:39 AM
captainronpo614 "Plus, it puts a sooty haze on my back window." - That's what Ned Beatty really said.........
09-27-2019 11:26 AM
Jimmy N. Maybe we shouldn't be so harsh. For all we know, those two stacks are a good match for the dual fire extinguishers, first aid kits, tire plug kits, compressors, and other useful items. Color matched, of course.
09-27-2019 11:02 AM
AviGuy That's why I don't have stacks, it's not so much the drone that's the problem... it's the squealing
09-27-2019 10:40 AM
ofelas That's what Ned Beatty said; hope he's not yer role model.

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Everytime I see stacks on a pickup I hear Banjo Music...
09-27-2019 10:20 AM
ledjunkie Mine originally had a single 6" stack, but missing the stack (read: hole in the bed). After driving 10 hours straight with the truck like that I said nope. Going with 4-5" straight pipe.

To each their own. There are a lot of coal rollers in my area who like stacks. They look okay, but after that long drive with the exhaust routed through a hole in the bed, I gotta say no. Plus, it puts a sooty haze on my back window.
09-26-2019 01:15 PM
AviGuy Everytime I see stacks on a pickup I hear Banjo Music...
09-26-2019 12:58 PM
Custom_billet
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The fact that Greta Thunberg & her ilk would likely have a traumatizing experience is well worth it.
09-26-2019 10:13 AM
Cloverleaffarm agree with others, looks good.

I've ran atleast 1 stack in every diesel since 2004.
I ran a single 7" mitre cab flush in my 07.5 . after about 5 years I decided to take it out and now running a dual 5" system under the bed
09-26-2019 08:16 AM
ofelas The fact that Greta Thunberg & her ilk would likely have a traumatizing experience is well worth it.
09-26-2019 04:17 AM
RDieselZ
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Well.i reckon you've done an awesome job with it looks wise. What the plans engine wise?
Thanks I like it alot!

These are the parts I plan on putting in this winter while I store the truck...

DAP 275 VCO injectors

DAP screaming eagle 62/68/12

DAP extreme duty pushrods

DAP 104# valve springs for high lift cam

Bosch connector tubes set(6)

Diamond eye Hx40 downpipe

ARP head studs 247-4202

Over haul kit

And most likely I'll have to upgrade my fass 95 to a 165.

I also plan on painting some engine parts while I'm at it





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09-25-2019 11:04 PM
gun32gtr Well.i reckon you've done an awesome job with it looks wise. What the plans engine wise?
09-25-2019 10:59 PM
RDieselZ
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What happened to yer taillights?
I just replaced them with something better than stock

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