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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-25-2006, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
 
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Mbrp And A Gooseneck

Is there no way to have a gooseneck hitch and MBRP Cool Duals? I have a removeable hitch under the bed and want duals. Could you buy a single MBRP system and have a muffler shop dual it out past the hitch? Would this hurt performance or change the sound? Gotta figure this out. Help me.
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Anything can be done. If the shop custom makes the duals on the truck they can probably do whatever they want. The next question is to find a local shop with a 4in mandrel bender and a single 4" to a dual 4" adapter.
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Anything can be done. If the shop custom makes the duals on the truck they can probably do whatever they want. The next question is to find a local shop with a 4in mandrel bender and a single 4" to a dual 4" adapter.

Adapter is a non issue I know where you can get them, Mark Craig :Thumbup:
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i have seen where people have got them installed, I believe you just have to smash the pipe on the drivers side to get it to clear, and alot has to do with how your hitch is made.

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Guess I could try it and adjust accordingly.........:shrug:
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i have seen where people have got them installed, I believe you just have to smash the pipe on the drivers side to get it to clear, and alot has to do with how your hitch is made.
put a plate ball type goosneck above the bed.
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