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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-10-2008, 02:19 AM Thread Starter
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I want to put stacks on my truck so that our fifth wheel doesn't get black all down the side (my well thought out excuse for the wife!). My delema (sp?) is that I also have a slide in camper that I use sometimes instead. Is there a way to set the stacks up so they are removeable to go to a side exit exhaust when hauling the slide in? Thanks for any ideas.

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Re: Stacks

I would say yes,but you will need some spare pipe that is already bend. You would have to disconnect the 90 under the truck, take out the stacks and then reconnect the new pipe out the back or the side like you said. But this does sound like a really big pain in the ass though.

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Re: Stacks

Not too bad at all...

weld it together at the flex and the 90*... the stack to elbow, and the flex pipe to the rest of the exhaust, use those nice big re-usable band clamps...

Then, where you chopped the regular exhuast off, will re-clamp back in at that band clamp...


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Re: Stacks

do you have a dually?

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Re: Stacks

why not, just unhook the stacks at the flex pipe while hauling. So the exhaust dumps onto the ground?

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Re: Stacks

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why not, just unhook the stacks at the flex pipe while hauling. So the exhaust dumps onto the ground?
Grand Rock makes a manual exhaust dump for 4" pipe. It costs about $100 or so & is worth it.
Call Garrett at http://www.puredieselpower.com he can help you get setup.


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