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Old 03-03-2011, 07:07 PM
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'11 exhaust fitting?

I've done a lot of research on this topic and can't draw a conclusion. I'm going to assume this applies to '10 and earlier models with the V10 engines as one of the exhausts matches that fitting.

I just picked up a 2011 F250, 6.2 V8 and it's a regular cab/8ft box, 137" wheelbase. I had a Magnaflow exhaust on my previous truck, a 5.4, but have not found any that would fit for this truck yet, minus the crew cab. Corsa and Gibson both make an exhaust they say fits extended and crew cabs starting with the Ext./short bed configs. It's a longer wheelbase. Banks' website lists this as the same exhaust for the V10 model, so I've even looked into that.

I contacted Corsa, Gibson, and Magnaflow about their exhausts listing specific part numbers and my problem. Gibson was the only one to respond, and it's been a week now. I was told in the email that in the past they would work together, but he cannot guarantee that it'll fit on my truck if I order one of the two that I would like, both of which are listed for ex/crew cabs. I was told to call my dealership and compare part numbers for OEM exhausts and if they match it should fit.

What I want to know is, are ext cab and crew cabs close or the same as the regular cabs? I have the extra money now for an exhaust and this truck is just itching for one!

Thanks guys!
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Old 03-03-2011, 07:22 PM
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I know on my 06 350 all were the same part # the difference in cab le ngths is made up by the factory mid pipe
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I've done a lot of research on this topic and can't draw a conclusion. I'm going to assume this applies to '10 and earlier models with the V10 engines as one of the exhausts matches that fitting.

I just picked up a 2011 F250, 6.2 V8 and it's a regular cab/8ft box, 137" wheelbase. I had a Magnaflow exhaust on my previous truck, a 5.4, but have not found any that would fit for this truck yet, minus the crew cab. Corsa and Gibson both make an exhaust they say fits extended and crew cabs starting with the Ext./short bed configs. It's a longer wheelbase. Banks' website lists this as the same exhaust for the V10 model, so I've even looked into that.

I contacted Corsa, Gibson, and Magnaflow about their exhausts listing specific part numbers and my problem. Gibson was the only one to respond, and it's been a week now. I was told in the email that in the past they would work together, but he cannot guarantee that it'll fit on my truck if I order one of the two that I would like, both of which are listed for ex/crew cabs. I was told to call my dealership and compare part numbers for OEM exhausts and if they match it should fit.

What I want to know is, are ext cab and crew cabs close or the same as the regular cabs? I have the extra money now for an exhaust and this truck is just itching for one!

Thanks guys!
Change just the muffler with the same length,inlet and outlet location, and pipe diameter, the system is already stainless steel.
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I have a Regular cab also. The exhaust is different from the SC and CC's. On our RC's their is one less resonator (a very Small one) than the SC and CC's.
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rzar I dont think i have a resonator on my o6 ,mine has a cat on each down tube of the y pipe is yours a different set up?
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Mine is a 2011 so it probably is
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rzar not 2 jack this thread what do you think of the 6.2 I wouldnt call my 5.4 fast but in a pinch I pulled our kobota k 161 3 excavator and was surpised how well it did seeing as I have 3.73 gears so I can imagine that the 6.2 must be awsome!
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Mine has the 6.2 with 4.30's and it moves! I only have 2000 miles on it. havent had the chance to really hual anythig heavy.
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