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Bassani Lightning style exit--for those who wanted info.

Here's the pics that a few guys requested. If you need any more let me know.

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And one of the Scan Gauge for fun

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lets see a pic of the full truck showing it!
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Thats the best I have of it for now. I'll get it shined up for some better pics.
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Looks good! Me likey!
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got sound clips?
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That is the best setup for "lightening" style exhaust on a ranger. (IMO)
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Very nice. Might just be blowing my tax refund on one of those....
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Looks good for a Lightning Leadfoot, but they want one for a ranger.
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Man that is so sweet and so clean I love it!! and of course I love the sound. I wonder if I could make it work with a body lift?
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You could, It will angle up, but then you'd have to cut end of the tips to make them 90 degrees to the ground.
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Looks good for a Lightning Leadfoot, but they want one for a ranger.
It won't bolt up but you might be able to make it work. Wouldn't be cheap.
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I really like that, I've already went thru one dual exhaust and this one is probably gonna fail me in the near future soon, next time I think I'd definately go this route
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The only down fall to it is that it gets very dirty in the winter, requiring much polish when the salt finally leaves.
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So can you angle the part coming out of the muffler? I just wonder how well I could hide it w/ the BL. Also..can you raise the muffler up or is it set where its at?
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You could do both, it mounts horizontal compared to stock... this - compared to the stock up and down !
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I think I may have to def. consider this :) One last question...will this setup work w/ Step bars?
Where the heck did you find yours on ebay? Everywhere I look is saying $400+

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Yeah, as long as your step bars don't go all the way to the rear tire. I got mine ebay.
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Is this one the same, the only single in, single out I can find is for a stock position single tip?

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Yes.
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i wanted side exchaust there.

i thought i would have to go around like that too. looks good i like it
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Thanks. I wanted it too, but never have time have a shop do it, so I seen this and bought it.
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scangauge FTW
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Yeah it's okay, but I wish I would have spent the money elsewhere though.
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