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6.4 exhuast on 6.0

OK so heres the deal Im running a 4" straight pipe to 6" stacks, but have a baby on the way and want to quiet the cab down. Im looking to go with duals and saw the 6.4 filter back duals are cheaper than a cat back dual kit. My question is if I pull the stacks off will the 6.4 duals fit? Im assuming the bends are the same as the 6.0 and looks as if it will work, but just want to get feedback. thanks alot
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Re: 6.4 exhuast on 6.0

If I am not mistaken the 6.4 dpf back kits mount to the flange plate on the DPF.

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Leave the stacks on...at 1AM and the baby won't go to sleep a ride around the block will have the baby snooooooozzzzzzzziiiinnn' in no time. TRUST me...lol


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Re: 6.4 exhuast on 6.0

I have been wanting to take them off for some time now. I have had stacks on 4 trucks now and Im thinking its time for a change. and the babys room is right over the garage. So I gota tone it down abit. So anyone know if it will fit
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Straight swap..no way. Some welding, cutting and some thought it will fit.


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Re: 6.4 exhuast on 6.0

Dang. Well im gonna have to try it. Thanks alot
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Re: 6.4 exhuast on 6.0

It would be cheaper to just put on a muffler for now.

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