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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-03-2009, 04:56 AM Thread Starter
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stack in toolbox idea welcome to comments.

i got this idea somewere probably here but i couldnt find it and was hopeing someone has tried this. stack idea.jpg

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Re: stack in toolbox idea welcome to comments.

I have seen a tool box notched around a stack.
iirc it was a tank tool box combo to boot

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Re: stack in toolbox idea welcome to comments.

i have thought of that to but my lid opens toward the window and i was planing on welding the top half of the stack to the lid but i will have to go far enough awy that i dont put it through my back window when i open the box. my main wory was the exhaust actualy going out and not filling the tool box.

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Re: stack in toolbox idea welcome to comments.

sounds like more trouble than its worth. just move the tool box forward a little

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Re: stack in toolbox idea welcome to comments.

there is a big thread about this in general already with some pics

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Re: stack in toolbox idea welcome to comments.

ask bob riley if he has any pics of his truck's tool box
(dieselsite.com)that is the one I have seen .

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Re: stack in toolbox idea welcome to comments.

My CB antenna is mounted in the center of my lid. IT hits the roof when I open the box. I can't imagine you would want the stack that far out. And if you did get it to seal, you would not be able to open the lid at all. IMHO... if you insist on having the box flush with the front of the bed. Notch a corner, or the front where ever you want it mounted. (Then the lid may still hit the stack when you lift it....but you could raise it enough to reach inside I guess)

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