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  1. #11


    I guess to each his own, but this looks like I photoshoped it! Seriously, I guess it's a conversation starter. (I was going to say that it's a conversation starter between this guy and the tow truck driver, but I'm not gonna diss the cummins diesel, said it before and I'll say it again ...

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  2. #12


    Doesn't surprise me too much.
    "The best things in life aren't things"

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  3. #13


    That monster tip is just for looks, you can clearly see the actual exhaust is FAR smaller (looks to be 4").

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  4. #14


    He's compensating for something else.

  5. #15


    I saw this truck again in the Walmart parking lot on town. I took a video to celebrate this exhaust.

  6. #16
    Jr. Engineer poncho62's Avatar
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    Same theory as the Fart Cans the kids put on the Hondas

    Is probably owned by that moron that does the "Does that thing have a HEMI?" commercials.

    1997 GMC

  7. #17


    At least its a traditional style exhaust and not one of the big trash cans I've been seeing mounted in the bed to act as an exhaust stack.

  8. #18
    Sr. Engineer Dana W's Avatar
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    Chuluota, Florida


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    in the Walmart parking lot
    Well, OK then.

  9. #19


    Dodge Cummins, The Honda of trucks.
    2012 Chevy Captiva Sport LT V6 (The Spanish Prison)


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  10. #20


    Quote Originally Posted by Camaro69car View Post
    Dodge Cummins, The Honda of trucks.
    hey wait a minute.... I'm going to get stoned for this, but I'll put a cummins in a truck before a Duramax anyday. I agree about the huge tips. Those and stacks are just ridiculous in 99% of applications...

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