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Question EARLY 99 bellowed up-pipes

hi guys, cant seem to find anyone that knows if there were ever bellowed up-pipes made for the early99,, i'm talking motor date code of june98.
if i have to, i will replace with new stock parts but then how long can i expect that to last using the back-pressure-engine-braking mode?
have the motor out so it would be easy to fix now.
thought i could modify the later dorman kit but it really wouldnt work.
tried to add bellows to my original pipes, didnt work.
before i spend $600 experimenting, i thought i should ask .
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Re: EARLY 99 bellowed up-pipes

Why not upgrade to a later model pedestal, turbo, and uppipes?

Shoulda bought a Cummins.

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Re: EARLY 99 bellowed up-pipes

https://www.riffraffdiesel.com/riffr...t-94-early-99/
These are only $400.

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Those are the ones I put on mine and wished I would have just upgraded everything to the superduty

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Re: EARLY 99 bellowed up-pipes

ya , thats what i'm talking about,,, thanks SBluke55,
had thought about changing it all out a few years ago but found out it would take alot more than CJ stated.
thanks guys,
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Re: EARLY 99 bellowed up-pipes

Personally the only way the L99 setup is worth it is if you can pull all the parts from the junk yard for cheap.

I would do a t4 setup before paying full price for a L99 setup.

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