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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-16-2009, 04:24 AM Thread Starter
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Should I single stack?

Well I can gt a single 6in mitre cut stack with the bed elbows for $100 bucks off a friend of a friend.I like stacks more just because a single looks unproportioned to me.If I get this for now,will it use the same hole in the bed so I don't have to drill another one later to run stacks?And what is everyones opinion of a single stack?I'm gonna look for some pics to see if I like the looks.

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-16-2009, 04:31 AM
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Re: Should I single stack?

yes its one hole, after that it will be a y pipe instead of just an elbow.

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heres pics of mine







if you have a chrome stack and want it black jus scuff the finish a lil bit an use header paint an it will have a nice flat black finish

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Re: Should I single stack?

yup single stacks are the sh!t.

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I vote do it, singles look pretty cool....
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Re: Should I single stack?

Chappy if you want I can prob bring the Superduty to the meet & greet so you can see how I did a 6" miter single. I think you'll like it.


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Re: Should I single stack?

Yeah im hoping to go 8 inch single here in the next couple weeks!! but if you look around or maybe (powerstroke junkie) hes got a single 7 in the center looks pretty sick


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heres rear shot of (powerstroke junkies) and front clip of mine!!



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Re: Should I single stack?

I like the look of a single more than duals. I have a single 7" on my truck.

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Re: Should I single stack?

singles look more performance i think. i have a buddy 00strokey7.3 who just got a single 6" on his 2000 and it looks real good.

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