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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 05-25-2010, 03:02 AM Thread Starter
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What size stack should I run??

So im gonna do a single stack on my truck but I cant decide on a 6" or a 7". What do yall think???

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Re: What size stack should I run??

i prefer the look of the 7" but couldnt justify the price so I whent with 6s

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Re: What size stack should I run??

Suscribing. i used to be totally against stacks but now im thinking im just wanting to get a 7 inch miter cut just off center.

i take that back. i just looked up a 7 inch miter cut and it looked to big. it was on a dodge to though. that shouldnt matter much

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Re: What size stack should I run??

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i prefer the look of the 7" but couldnt justify the price so I whent with 6s

Ya thats exactly what Im thinking the 7" quite a bit more than the 6"

Also which company offers the best looking black stack as far as finish goes??

01 F350 CCLB 7.3 6 Speed with Luke clutch, 38R Turbo with Riffraff Billet Wheel, IH Bellowed up pipes, EBVP delete, hi flow outlet, Riffraff HPX, Riffraff intercooler boots, AFe Intake, Full Force 160cc single shots, Strictly Diesel RR fuel system, Hydra chip, 5.5" Fabtech lift, 18x10 Moto Metal 962's, 325/65/18 Cooper STT
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Re: What size stack should I run??

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Also which company offers the best looking black stack as far as finish goes??[/QUOTE]

Could do what i did and find a used chrome stack for cheap and do in yourself for 6 bucks. Oh yea and personally i think a 7 looks good i have a 6and it looks too small

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i just need to look at some pictures of the 7's

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Re: What size stack should I run??

I am thinking of taking off my 5 inch turnouts and going with one 8 inch miter cut offset to the pass side, satin black too.

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i just need to look at some pictures of the 7's
Ya I wish I could see some in person too!!!

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single 8 black chrome thats what im running





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Re: What size stack should I run??

Damn that thing is huge!!!!!

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