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stainless muffler delete pipe

I'm interested in installing a muffler delete pipe on my 2006 6.0 F-350. I've seen the aluminized ones, but would prefer a SS pipe. I'm keeping the cat and everything else is stock.
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Welcome to the site. I would think your local muffler shop might have the 409. If not, Im sure some people around here can hook you up..
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Is it for the stock muffler replacement?
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Is it for the stock muffler replacement?
yes, I want to just remove the factory muffler and replace it with the pipe.
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Joseph,

where are some places and prices on aluminized delete pipes you have found?

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Joseph,

where are some places and prices on aluminized delete pipes you have found?

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http://www.itpdiesel.com/store.php?c...on=show_detail

It's too expencive for a bent chunk of pipe. Especially when you look at the muffler delete pipes made for the 4" & 5" aftermarket exhaust systems. Maybe this is the only one out there for half commited guys like me. In that case, I guess they get to name their price.
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just go to a local shop and have them do it, they did it in aluminized, but the cut right in front of the cat, and right behind the muffler and put in a new piece, and i kept the stock exhaust, and they put a 5" tip on it for 75$ for everything.

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Dude, save the money up for a complete exhaust. Taking the short cut now only leaves you short that much money for the real deal.
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