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Old 09-21-2013, 10:27 AM
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2011 f250 6.2 exhaust systems?

why does every aftermarket system only fit a crew cab? if it only involves cutting pipes ill buy one but no company can give me an answer.
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IMHO, you will have as good or better fitting system (and quality) if you have a local shop build & install.
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I don't have a real good shop around here and I really like the Gibson exhaust. It don't make sense that they only off for a crew cab
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Its only for a crew cab because thats the longest amount of pipe needed. Theres one piece in every kit that you cut to length for the cab/bed configuration
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I used a flowmaster cat-back kit on my '11 super cab. It worked out great. Its not obscenely loud unless you put your foot in it, and the only cutting I had to do was cut the old stuff out of the way.
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so basically its just shortening pipe? im tempted on buying this gibson exhaust (9118 kit) but i just want to make sure that it just involves shorting pipe than it turning into a big mess
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