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"Off Road" Stainless exhaust?

Does anyone make a turbo back, 4 or 5 " stainless steel off-road exhaust for a 2003 6.0? MBRP makes both sizes in aluminized steel, but that would last for about 1 year before rusting off in NY.

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so coat it in a bed liner material or some cheap enamel spray pant and no it does not get to hot, i painted from the bend of the down pipe back with cheap dollar general flat black
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It doesn't get too hot for bedliner material? Even the downpipe? Interesting. Still not convinced it would stand up to NY salt though, that stuff is nasty!

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idk bout the whole down pipe but the lower bend where it exist the engine compartment. bedliner material was just a idea it may not work. metal cant rust with a coating it will have to wear off the paint first. If you have to have stainless make your own. Its really simple I wont buy something like exhaust for the simple fact I can go to a truck shop or napa buy the pipe I want and go from there.
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idk bout the whole down pipe but the lower bend where it exist the engine compartment. bedliner material was just a idea it may not work. metal cant rust with a coating it will have to wear off the paint first. If you have to have stainless make your own. Its really simple I wont buy something like exhaust for the simple fact I can go to a truck shop or napa buy the pipe I want and go from there.
Use BBQ paint or high temp header paint, it works amazing as long as you clean the piping 1st then use varsol or some other cleaner on it prior to painting it.

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yeh bbq paint or header paint is good. I bought a can but the nozzle messed up so I just went with reg paint.
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Does anyone make a turbo back, 4 or 5 " stainless steel off-road exhaust for a 2003 6.0? MBRP makes both sizes in aluminized steel, but that would last for about 1 year before rusting off in NY.
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Beat me to it. They have 304 and 409 stainless steel exhausts, 4" and 5".

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I have the 409 MBRP. get the 304. 409 does still rust.


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What he said^^^^

I bought 409 and it looks like crap. Ive heard 409 has a higher iron content than the aluminized. My 409 had a coat of surface rust in the first 3 months Our aluminized on our 04 f450 looks brand new both trucks snow plow and my truck doesn't salt, the f450 does and it looks great and was wayyyy cheaper. Btw I'm in Ohio, salt is rough here too
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