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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-13-2007, 03:33 AM Thread Starter
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6 or 7 inch stacks?

my truck is a 96 crew cab long bed and wondering what size i should go with? pictures would be great. thanks

96 F350 crew cab long bed. DIY green filter intake 7 inch stacks. stock height .275,000 and still truckin
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go to my gallery i got 7" mitre cuts, i like them and get compliments all the time, got them from dpppower.com

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its all opinion, i say 6"

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Stacks suck.
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6" i would say
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my truck is a 96 crew cab long bed and wondering what size i should go with? pictures would be great. thanks
Is your truck 4 wheel drive?
Is it lifted?
Is it a dually?

That info would be my main deciding factor on what size and style I would recommend.

You can check out several pics here: http://www.dpppower.com/stacks.html and here: http://www.dpppower.com/customers.html

I have added several new pics lately so you should have a good variety to look at.

Let me know if I can be of any assistance.

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personally I think 7's are a bit much, If I was going to get stacks (which I'm not), I'd go with 5 or 6in.

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my truck is a 96 crew cab long bed and wondering what size i should go with? pictures would be great. thanks

everyone talked me out of stacks, so i bought single side exit. I'm so sorry i didnt get stacks. but tomorrow i am going to Keller Truck Parts to price out how much to make dual 6" exhaust, that will dump right before the rear wheels.


GO for 7"!!!! get the 7" bull haulers. i think they are bad ***** as *****.

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my truck is not lifted not a dually thinkin bout lifting it down the road just not sure if 7 would be to big. they look so small in pictures

96 F350 crew cab long bed. DIY green filter intake 7 inch stacks. stock height .275,000 and still truckin
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7 inch by all means i got 6 in miter cuts now which are for sale because i am getting 7 in
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