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Thank you to all of the suggestions! I finally decided to put a thrush glasspack on it and it sounds amazing!
That's what I like, Billy, a man who takes his time making decisions, and does not just plunge in. A decision nearly two years in the making, LOL!
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When I was young I had a 55 with the 223 and had a glasspack and liked the sound. I wasn't overly loud but I could hear it. On my 54 I have single with bunt out glasspack and I love the sound.
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