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Installed Pictures of the Magnaflow Dual Exit Cat back

Hey all, I'm having a really tough time deciding between the magnaflow dual exit cat back and the bassini side exit (in front of rear tire) system. I've seen pics of two rangers on here with bassani and they looked great. Would any of you happen to have pics of the magnaflow dual system installed? Its really important to me that the tips fit around my spare tire and hitch, and that they are tucked up nice and close to the rear bumper and dont stick out too far. Thanks. My truck is an 04 XLT stepside if it makes a difference. Thanks.
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this is the best pic i have of my magnaflow cat backs: http://www.cardomain.com/member_page...88_31_full.jpg
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That looks great, thats exactly how I want it. Thats a great fit for a pre-fabbed kit. I think I just made my decision.
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well, to be honest, they were mandrel bent for me because i have a classIII hitch. i went thru a truck accessory dealer. cost about $400.
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I see, hmmm. I really need some pictures of the cat back they make, the fit of it will be the deciding factor for me between magnaflow and bassani. I do have a hitch (its the factory one as far as I now) and I dont want to the tips to hang low.
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Well, I went with the magnaflow. I hope everything goes good with it!
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Gibson Single

If you are not stuck on duals, go w/a Gibson 2.5 single side exit. Really easy bolt on and the the fit is very tight. No hitch issues. For towing it is nice, and duals exiting a muffler does't add all that much HP. It's more about the flow of the exhuat. But it does look and sound really cool. ( I have both, one on each truck.)
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