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smoke stacks??

ok so i have no idea what there called but has any1 put those "smoke stack" lookin things on a ranger? i think there like exaust pipes that go up from your bed like a big rig 18 wheeler. kinda wanna see what itd look like cause i love em on 150s and 250s
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one member has them, gimme a sec to find out who.

EDIT: elementsenjoi has them on his ranger.
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I think they look funny on a ranger, but thats just me.
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that would be elementsenjoi.

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X2... they look horrible on a ranger BUT its your truck do what you want
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yeah i actually saw his going threw a metal fab thread i was hopeing there where more members with them because thats not what im lookin for im lookin for the shiny silver 1s with the curved top
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you like them on a 150? I've never seen them on an f150.
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yeah i actually saw his going threw a metal fab thread i was hopeing there where more members with them because thats not what im lookin for im lookin for the shiny silver 1s with the curved top
your thinking of the guy that SASd his truck right? has a chevy 383. black truck?
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no it was the blue 1 that was just linked for me,

and yeah theres actually like 3 or 4 150s around where i live with em (i think its a group of friends) since all the trucks are real similar and seen together somethimes.

they just take the place of the exuast tho dont they?

i have seen em on other trucks like chevys and i think it was an older dodge that had 1 but cant remember for sure

they do appear more popular on the 250s tho
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I had the chroms stacks on my 69 F100. To me, they look kinda goofy on Rangers unless they are pooring diesel smoke. I dont know, it just seems that the Ranger is a little small for stacks.
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after my trucks paid off the end of this year im gunna save up to buy one of the mini-stroke out of a ranger overseas or south america SAS it and put like 2 4" miter cut stacks on it just so ppl would be like wtf? thats coming from the ranger
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You'll never get it to pass inspection
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Thank god no inspection here
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i dunno if it would look goofy was kinda hopein to get pics to decide =P

you think there would be a way to maby custom fab some smaller tubes instead of the thick stacks the 250s use? it couldent be that hard and would probly look better to
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NO!!! if you want a truck with stacks... buy a Peterbilt!!
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I love stacks just my thing is once you put them in you kinda ruin the use of the bed. I personally would not want to haul a load of mulch in the truck when you have stacks in there. But, if you are not worried or do haul stuff then go for it.
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NO!!! if you want a truck with stacks... buy a Peterbilt!!
i have no idea what that it lol

and i like the stacks 2 i really doubt ill ever hual anything tho so i think ill put some consideration into it
i think ima think about downsizing them tho

wonder how thatd work
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Saw a 2wd stock s10 with 5 inch stacks. It was a good laugh.
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lol yeah im not a fan of s-10s, dont mind sonomas tho haha

i think itd be a cool mod tho specially since not many ppl have it

im googling it as we speak haha
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i saw one on an F150 this afternoon, i thought it looked ridiculous. but its up to you man.
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i've seen a 1st gen Diesel ranger with a stack

the truck was a turd.....rust everywhere....
but it didn't sound too bad
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thats what im thinkin itll add 2 the sound wont it? since id do the duel tubes
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Lol you dont know what a peterbuilt is. It is a semi. Aka 18 wheeler.

I like stacks on diesels. but If I had the chance to put stacks on my ranger I would.
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dont do stacks

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I got all excited when I saw the thread title, but my truck was already linked. I love my stacks, but they aren't for everybody.

EDIT: if you do put stacks on your truck prepare to be hated on.
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