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Old 03-03-2008, 07:36 PM
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that truck was made here in Idaho, Dominator diesel. it does look good
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7" miters molded into the bed.
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I have built around 10 different stack kits for guys going outside bed, under frame. Do you think that a ready made kit would sell?
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7" miters molded into the bed.
By the way that is a FNING beautiful paint job on that Dodge!!!!SHOW AND GO!
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I have built around 10 different stack kits for guys going outside bed, under frame. Do you think that a ready made kit would sell?
It just might, I'd love to see some pics.
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It just might, I'd love to see some pics.
I didn't stop and take pictures. I have some down stairs of another one we did....It was on a GMC KODIAK TOp-Kick thing. we di 4" up the sides it looked good, they guy sold the truck like a month later after sinking a grand into the exhaust.!
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This douche was at Garmons open house, dear lord it looks aweful.
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Re: Stacks on outside of bed

Not quite the same seeing this truck doesn't exactly have a bed, but still looked pretty cool.





My perfect work truck would be something like this, either a flat bed dump with toolboxes or a nice utility body, either one with a similar stack setup would be pretty sweet.
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Josh that is gay!
JDC, that truck is AWESOME looking!
Airflow I'd like to se a outside the bed or molded into the bed kit that was 5" or larger. To me 4" stacks are really gay on a 6000lbs+ truck!
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Josh that is gay!
JDC, that truck is AWESOME looking!
Airflow I'd like to se a outside the bed or molded into the bed kit that was 5" or larger. To me 4" stacks are really gay on a 6000lbs+ truck!
Exactly, if your gonna do stacks they should at least be bigger than the standard or typical aftermarket exhaust for your truck. For me 6" is just RIIIGHT. It's always funny when you see the gasser trucks with like tall turnouts and head shields and everything, but they are only 3" pipe lol, just don't look right at all
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