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i wanna put stacks on my truck but idk anything bout them... what would i need??? i wanna do miter cuts...and was wondering how to keep water out??? bout how much would it cost??? and what are some good brands??? ---AutoMerged DoublePost--- bump bump... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 12-22-2008, 06:30 PM
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i wanna put stacks on my truck but idk anything bout them... what would i need??? i wanna do miter cuts...and was wondering how to keep water out??? bout how much would it cost??? and what are some good brands???

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Old 12-23-2008, 06:30 AM
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i wanna put stacks on my truck but idk anything bout them... what would i need??? i wanna do miter cuts...and was wondering how to keep water out??? bout how much would it cost??? and what are some good brands???

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Well there are several manufacturers out there. I can tell you about our kits. You have 2 choices...1.) is a COMPLETE turbo back kit. This replaces everything under the truck, and converts it to 4" exhaust back to the y-pipe. The y-pipe is where the transition to 5" piping takes place. This kit also comes with 2 internal stack mufflers that you can install your self when ever you want them. 2.) The universal set up comes with eveything you need to tie into a 4" exaust system. This is just the basic's of what you need, and the internal mufflers are NOT included.

Now neither of these 2 kits come with the stacks. That's because we offer several styles and lengths. So you would need to buy the kit, and then 2 stacks. If you PM me your city and state info, I'll see who I have close to you for some price quotes. I can also give you part numbers...I just need to know what system you want, the complete or universal, and what size diameter stacks you are looking at.

As for water in the stacks, you really have nothing to worry about. Only thing is if your truck smokes alot now, you'll have some soot to clean up off your truck after a rain storm. If your truck smokes less, then the mess is less...know what I mean. You can always put covers on them over night if needed as well. I've seen people use old plastic coffee cans, to a nice machine stiched vinyl cover.

I hope this answered most of your questions. If not feel free to PM me if you wish.
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Old 12-23-2008, 07:40 AM
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those are the way to go. i have a set of grand rock stacks and love them. i have 5" turnouts, they do get a little water in them when it rains and after i start the truck and go down the road you can see the black spots on my truck but it doesn't bug me. they wipe off easily.

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i just got a set of 5in aussie cut grand rock stacks for my truck... grand rock is the way to go..

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Old 01-18-2009, 01:43 AM
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i have had two sets from grand rock, on both my trucks i love them, plan on buy a new set for my new rig
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Old 01-18-2009, 10:40 AM
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well i just installed my stacks on saturday. i love the way it sounds and the way it looks.
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