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got the new exahust on......pics

it sound so much better now..
flowmaster 40 w/ two 3"x22" chrome tips






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Dang that looks nice, I love the tips. SOUND CLIP??????
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dont have a clip yet, but ya, it sounds goooooood
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nice. i wish i had more room in the back for the hitch and duals like that.
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Very nice dude looks good
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looks good! after winter i am going to take my truck and have duals put on it...
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what size tubuing did you go with?

looks great
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^^^^ Yeah what size pipe did you use??
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very nice man. did u replace the tubing all the way back form the muffler or what? very nice man. if ya dont mind how much was the muffler?
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prob a 3.00"/2.50"X2 going out. And around 120.00 for it im going to guess
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prob a 3.00"/2.50"X2 going out. And around 120.00 for it im going to guess
close...lol
muffler -$110
labor and welds -$200
total- around $325ish after tax

tubing is 2.25
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nice. i wish i had more room in the back for the hitch and duals like that.
you think i can still put a hitch on it?
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you think i can still put a hitch on it?
i don't see why not..
my dad had the pipes out the back like that at one time and his drawtite still fit.

looks good btw, just keep them tips clean or they will rust and pit really bad..
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looks like the same setup i have... and i have a hitch with the pipes like yours... i can get a better pic tomorrow if you want
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looks like the same setup i have... and i have a hitch with the pipes like yours... i can get a better pic tomorrow if you want
ya, if you can ge t more close up on the setup, thatll be kool.
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Those are some long *** tips but they still look great man!!
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Wow thats an expensive weld job! I paid 80 bucks for tube + welding on my cat back Borla exhaust (though I think the muffler was 140 or so) when I upgraded my pipe to 2.5" to match the Cat to header pipe size. Maybe its more on the east coast cause of rust and ****.
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I just got a borla installed on my truck for $50. That included new 2.5" pipe from the cat to the muffler, turndown, and new hangers all welded up. The borla pro xs muffler was $69.
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well....lalalala....i like mine and the price didnt bother me that much. i dont know why it was soo sheap for everyone else though...?
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FLOWMASTER FTW


We have almost the same set up, but with my truck BL'ed i just ran them between the hitch and bumper, some dont like it but i do...

Make sure you clean those SOB's in the winter, or they will look like ***, ive let mine go for awhile and they need replaced...

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looks neat on the truck
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I like the duals

I guess it's a good thing you live in FL, this will be the third year of my exhaust being on and I'm getting stainless tips this summer because the rust and corrosion is beyond repair now...
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nice. i wish i had more room in the back for the hitch and duals like that.
Why don't you?

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you think i can still put a hitch on it?
You may not be able to without moving the tips over. It just depends on where the tips are and what tipe of hitch you have.
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If you get a hitch, just get one that puts the frame of the hitch behind the bumper, let me get some pics................

Get ones like these and you should be ok......
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A body lift removes the possibility of having tips mounted in the right spot and have it look good.

trust me i've been down all those roads.

find me some room in there. the springs mount lower than my hitch does...

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