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post #1 of 45 (permalink) Old 07-10-2010, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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To stack or not to stack??

i can go either way i just want opinions on what everyone thinks.
i want 6'' duals or a single. whats eveyone think? This is how it looks now

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Re: To stack or not to stack??

I say go with a big single

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Re: To stack or not to stack??

Stacks make the same statement that truck nutz do.
Don't ruin an otherwise great looking truck.
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post #7 of 45 (permalink) Old 07-10-2010, 03:21 PM
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Stacks make the same statement that truck nutz do.
Don't ruin an otherwise great looking truck.
i agree i have a 6" single and hate it. the only reason its there is for pulling otherwise it would be under the truck.
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i agree i have a 6" single and hate it. the only reason its there is for pulling otherwise it would be under the truck.
If they are for required for pulling I can understand that, otherwise they don't make much sense.
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Re: To stack or not to stack??

I used to think that they were the watermark of hillbillys but seeing a tuned truck smoking and the exhaust coming from under the truck, I can see why a stack is useful. For pulling or towing the stack keeps the smoke going up and out of people field of vision(semis usually have stacks for that reason). The only thing I dont like is when they are higher than the cab. The bigger mitred setups that eliminate below the cab line are appealing to me.

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The only thing I dont like is when they are higher than the cab. The bigger mitred setups that eliminate below the cab line are appealing to me.
exactly, IMO once they go above the cab line they start looking like crap.

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