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Old 05-23-2006, 08:43 AM
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Hey pat
I think you need a set up like this on your rig with the bent top pipes. Looks pretty cool and I bet the sound with straight pipes is awsome.

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To each his own. I perfer the slash cuts. I think my next PSD will have stacks as opposed to 4" straight pipe into 6" tip...
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Old 05-23-2006, 05:28 PM
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slash cut looks nice but what about when it rains and its sitting outside
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Some will put a small hole in the elbow to help it drain while others don't worry about it. It would have to be a lot of water to reach the turbo. When you start the truck it will shoot the water/soot out.
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Old 05-24-2006, 09:03 AM
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You know, I've never really been into the stack thing. I think they sort of look cool, but it would take away bed space that I need. Hey Scott, when did you put on those Harley headlights?
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I put them in last week was thinking of getting the harley grill and painting it white. Got my front windows tinted last week also. I will post some pics of those lights later today

I think a set of these would look pretty slick in your grill
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here ya go pat

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Old 05-24-2006, 11:18 AM
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those lights are cool looking, they look really good on that white truck! Who did your window tinting, and what did it cost you? I'm thinking about getting mine done.
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Those lights look great. I hope to black out my next SuperDuty. Also Recon is coming out with tinted covers for the mirror lights. They already have cab light and 3rd brake lights... Keep up the good work boys.
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Got the windows tinted at Lexus. with the wife's discount cost me $80 for the front windows. Not sure what regular price is but they do a nice job and only took them about 1 1/2 hours to do it. I can get a price for ya if you want pat.
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Yeah, let me know what they'll charge. Thanks Scott!
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