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    Master Mechanic bigdaddy77084's Avatar
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    If ya dont like it you can always take it off.
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    I agree with what you say, Your truck, your money etc., However the post was for the opinion of others and the real question should be why the concern of what others think. If you are looking for input, this the place, do with the info what you will. If the answer offends you in some way, You know not to post. Either way your choice. I have gotten nothing but great info here. Again your truck, your money, have fun with it.
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    exactly. i just want peoples thoughts.... its not gonna change my mind... i know im puting them on i just like to here what other people would say if they ever saw my truck in person. and thanks for all the replys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k/4x4/93 View Post
    exactly. i just want peoples thoughts.... its not gonna change my mind... i know im puting them on i just like to here what other people would say if they ever saw my truck in person. and thanks for all the replys.
    I noticed that the guys down the street have done this within the last month. They look good, and I think one truck is a Deisel. The bad thing I only see about it, is that they have to place 5 gallon buckets over their stacks, when they park it, mainly on the rainy days, to keep water from getting down in there. Really don't know how much water would get in there, but you will have to take the time, when you park to cover them unless you place a tip on there to keep the rain out.
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    I found this video a long time ago and thought it was cool but i would not do stacks on a gas


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    I put the stacks on and will post pictures tonight

    Jon- Illinois
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    Looking forward to seeing what it looks like. How does it sound?

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    sounds great and the pictures are gonna be on later

    Jon- Illinois
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    Quote Originally Posted by z3ro View Post
    nope. This was already explained. Its rice for domestics
    Yup I second that.


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    Did you leave the cats on? and did you put headers on? and how are the stacks secured?
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