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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-19-2006, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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Stacks?

Are there any major pitfalls in putting stacks on a F350?
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cant use a tonneau cover, toolbox, transfer tank because of the heat, and theyre loud. if none of that bothers you, go for it! personally i need the transfer tank and toolbox, so it wasnt an option for me...

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I need a transfer tank as well other wise I would have no problem doing it.

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i have MBRP 6in straight cut stacks, i love them, they look great, but there are the noisiest thing ever, if you can put up with the noise there great

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they will look and sound great.
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i love mine, i use to have a toolbox and ran into no issues, i know anoter guy with stack and a fuel tank right behind them and he has never went BOOM lol
you can use a tonneau cover just have to be creative :}
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im not too far down the road if you need some help installing them...: :

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Are there any major pitfalls in putting stacks on a F350?

Just the hole you cut into the bed and the soot covered truck after it rains.
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got a pair of 5 inch stacks in my 99 powerstroke and wouldn't change em for the world, a buddy of mine has em in his cummins and has a tranfer tank in the back and has no problems
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love my 7 inch stacks, i cant think of one thing bad about them, lol
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