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Old 08-27-2006
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Exhaust kit for Edge Stepside?

I am looking for anybody who has and Edge Ranger to post what exhaust they have. Every kit I see on website says excludes Edge models. Preferably somebody with a stepside Edge will be able to help me out. I would much rather buy a kit then have to go to a shop and get pipes bent for my truck. Also what would make an Edge so much differnent from an regular extended cab, maybe something with the suspension I have no idea, any input would be great.
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Afaik, for the edge you need the 4x4 exhaust.. if it will fit a 2003 4x4 it will fit yours.
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you could also buy a muffler you want and take it to an exhaust shop and have them custom bend and weld all your stuff for about the same price.
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you could also buy a muffler you want and take it to an exhaust shop and have them custom bend and weld all your stuff for about the same price.
yeah.. i agree.
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you could also buy a muffler you want and take it to an exhaust shop and have them custom bend and weld all your stuff for about the same price.
winks has a nice setup on his truck with the pipes exiting in front of the rear wheel and it looks similar to the one borla makes if you want a true exhaust system... straightedge has a steeda system (i think) on his that looks very nice too
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go custom its cheaper and just as good if not better
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I went to a local shop. Got a dual chamber 40 series Flow, dumped before the wheel, with a new flex connector (I think that what's it's called) all for under 200 bucks. Beats the hell out of paying 400 bucks for a kit and doing it yourself.
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I got a new flowmaster 40 series.....and went to a exhaust shop and had them custom do my duals out the back / catback........total was about 300.....100 for the muffler and 200 for the pipes. Go custom.....exhaust shops will not install someone else's kit.......and they rarely line up right...

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It looks like my best bet it to get it custom done, Ill just have to call around when I have some free time. diocide you wouldnt happen to remember the name of the place where you got yours done? I see you are in Hartford which isnt too far from me, plus would be nice to have a decent drive home with an exhaust.
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It looks like my best bet it to get it custom done, Ill just have to call around when I have some free time. diocide you wouldnt happen to remember the name of the place where you got yours done? I see you are in Hartford which isnt too far from me, plus would be nice to have a decent drive home with an exhaust.
Yeah dude, go over to Fast Go in Manchester. 270 Main St. Ask for barry, he's the service manager, and a really nice guy. Tell him the Polish kid with the ranger sent ya! I was just there like last week, so he should remember me. Great place and they do great work.
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Thanks ill definetely have to look them up once I get ready for an exhaust.
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My custom exhaust...









And this is an edge 4x4

edit: nevermind... my site is messed up

you can look at the pix at www.pdpracing.com click on projects
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