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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-23-2007, 04:48 AM Thread Starter
 
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Stacks?

Would i be better off buying a kit, or having a custom exhaust shop fab some up for me?:smoke
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Get a kit... You dont want some hack putting 2" and 3" and 2.5" and a piece of tube steel, with a few band clamps and some duct tape putting your kit together...

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Kit, no hack job from someone that does not do stacks.
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Kit would be the easiest....not to mention probably cleanest. We have distributors on this site you could call for quotes. If you have other questions, feel free to ask, and I will answer them to my best abilities.....


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if you have a semi parts warehouse nearby and would consider your self "handy" with pipefitting i would build it your self, pending on what size exhaust you are running all you need is 3 90's, a y pipe and about a 6' piece of tubing,clamps and 2 3' stacks, if not, MBRP, as well as some others make some really nice kits, but i would price it both ways, especially if you can do the labor yourself
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if you have a semi parts warehouse nearby and would consider your self "handy" with pipefitting i would build it your self, pending on what size exhaust you are running all you need is 3 90's, a y pipe and about a 6' piece of tubing,clamps and 2 3' stacks, if not, MBRP, as well as some others make some really nice kits, but i would price it both ways, especially if you can do the labor yourself

Why would you go with 3" stacks and choke your truck down?

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3' = 3 feet

I assume he was talking about the length of the stacks.:shrug:
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3' = 3 feet

I assume he was talking about the length of the stacks.:shrug:

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