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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-24-2010, 01:03 AM Thread Starter
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Which Exhaust for my project truck???

Let me know what kinda exhaust I should put on the truck.. It will be used to drive around some and for pulling...


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I think it should sport one of Josh's (crzycowboys) new hood stacks when pulling if you can run on. If not Im a fan of it out in the stock location, but is anything really wrong with whats on it?

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I think it should sport one of Josh's (crzycowboys) new hood stacks when pulling if you can run on. If not Im a fan of it out in the stock location, but is anything really wrong with whats on it?
While I would love to see the Hood Stack Kit on a Ford, seeing he want's to use if for a daily driver, it will not be practicle for him. Unless Aaron likes changing the turbo pipe out. : As for what to put on it, I'm not a big fan of the Bull Horns you have now (which is a Grand Rock product on the truck) but since you have the hole in the bed...might as well make it useful. I'd say 6" miter.


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I think it should sport one of Josh's (crzycowboys) new hood stacks when pulling if you can run on.


i said other....I would run a set of 5" duals

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6" single would look good. maybe a chrome 7" mitre.

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6" or 7" mitre is my vote.

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6 inch or 7 inch miter would be my choice

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Aaron, Forgive my ignorance, but whats wrong with the exhaust thats currently on the truck?

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6 inch or 7 inch miter would be my choice
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6" or 7" mitre is my vote.
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6" single would look good. maybe a chrome 7" mitre.

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I am too picky to be able to have 2 stacks... I could never get these stacks even enough to make me happy...

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