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Exhaust location?

I want to see your exhaust... Where is it located? Post some pics. I have a new exhaust system on my truck and wanna see what you think? I'll post more in day light.
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Nothin too exciting

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Wow that's a cool place Steve! I like it!
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Bassani lightning style. No real great pictures of it.



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Thanks TRE. I hope no one else has this. I like much more quite then no can. but stil sounds good.... its a sido flowmaster.
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Theres another guy on here that has his exactly like that, maybe differnet style tips but same exit.
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^It comes out on both sides.
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Screw the exhaust look at the monster hook that **** is banana's.
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Hah. Yeah it is a beast, my dad made it.
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I want to see your exhaust... Where is it located? Post some pics. I have a new exhaust system on my truck and wanna see what you think? I'll post more in day light.
Should have put your money into modifying the hitch before putting the exhaust through like that...
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how is that? meaning raise it?
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Like yours kind of.
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^It comes out on both sides.
hahaha i love the "dont give a ****" mentality. def. florida trucks
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Should have put your money into modifying the hitch before putting the exhaust through like that...
I agree. Sure...original. But attractive? I think not.

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how is that? meaning raise it?
Yes...Cut it 3" and weld it back together. Mine is raised 2.5" to compensate for the bodylift.

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Here's mine...nothing special whatsoever....used to have turndowns, one flew out, then I took the other one out. lol.
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But uh...the muffler sure dont look like that anymore...
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hahaha i love the "dont give a ****" mentality. def. florida trucks
Yep.
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someday if i get a good weekend off i want to come play on the trails with you and see if little bitty can hang without stacks! haha. youre only a little past inverness, right?
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Just dump it, it looks alot better when you do not see a exhaust pipe sticking out
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I want to see your exhaust... Where is it located? Post some pics. I have a new exhaust system on my truck and wanna see what you think? I'll post more in day light.
My exhaust is located under my car...
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mine runs up near the frame, one of the best things ive done, since stock it hangs pretty low

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someday if i get a good weekend off i want to come play on the trails with you and see if little bitty can hang without stacks! haha. youre only a little past inverness, right?
20 min. away from Inverness yeah.
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