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Angled Exhaust

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They wouldn't be that thick, it'd be dual, and they'd be more at a 70o angle.

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I'm not liking that at all.
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I'm not liking that at all.
eh.. I do, combines me wanting higher exhaust exits and large tips
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Why? It's a Ranger not a F350.
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Why? It's a Ranger not a F350.
I think he is going to do it to an F150, but still.

Looks ghetto to me. I'd rather see duals then some nasty pipe sticking out of the bed.
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I think he is going to do it to an F150, but still.

Looks ghetto to me. I'd rather see duals then some nasty pipe sticking out of the bed.
yeah, it'll be a 50, but i was just doing it on a ranger because i could find a cleaner render of it. but like I said, I'd be dual too.
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re-do

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im sorry but thats retarded .... if you want your pipe to come out the bed put in a stack
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Still not liking it. Like Melt said, stacks would look better, but why not just a normal exhaust with the tips cut at that angle? Could be different and have the exhaust come out of the bed sides.

But hey, it'll be your truck, do what you want to it.
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Why do you keep posting stuff about an F-150 on a ranger site?

i don't really like it but it's your truck.
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Why do you keep posting stuff about an F-150 on a ranger site?

i don't really like it but it's your truck.
it's not necessarily restricted to a f150, it was more of a general idea. and I originally wanted a ranger for offroading but changed my mind about a month later to a f150. I like the community here so why leave?
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I did see a Fabtech 350 that had stacks that were in the normal location but they used square tubing and they bent out toward the bedsides a bit and had screened holes at the top for the outlets. Not much of a description but it looked sweet.
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That looks stupid as hell.
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Pretty pointless to me. It would make people want to stuff their trash down there to see it come out when you start up your gas engine (again another reason it is lame). No need for stacks unless it is a diesel, that is the only reason to have them (other than a 'lil red express). Again we may not have a rule here that says RANGERS ONLY, but it is definitely implied that talking about a F-150 on here would get not the greatest responses or help...Honestly it is pretty dumb to try keep pushing that point, most of here will be of no specific help toy you. At least it was in the general discussion section.
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Please don't do that.
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Pretty pointless to me. It would make people want to stuff their trash down there to see it come out when you start up your gas engine (again another reason it is lame). No need for stacks unless it is a diesel, that is the only reason to have them (other than a 'lil red express). Again we may not have a rule here that says RANGERS ONLY, but it is definitely implied that talking about a F-150 on here would get not the greatest responses or help...Honestly it is pretty dumb to try keep pushing that point, most of here will be of no specific help toy you. At least it was in the general discussion section.
Ahhh...a biased opinion, diesel isn't the ONLY reason to have stacks. And as I said before...
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it's not necessarily restricted to a f150, it was more of a general idea. and I originally wanted a ranger for offroading but changed my mind about a month later to a f150. I like the community here so why leave?
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DONT do it.
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Ahhh...a biased opinion, diesel isn't the ONLY reason to have stacks. And as I said before...
It isn't biased, I don't have a diesel, I am just realistic. If you are worried about exhaust just cut it before the axle or lightning style.
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all aboard the Fail Boat, anyone else want to buy there tickets for a price of free?
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It isn't biased, I don't have a diesel, I am just realistic. If you are worried about exhaust just cut it before the axle or lightning style.
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woulda liked it better if he had just one pipe and it wasnt 2 miles taller than the truck but hell its his truck and he likes it ... they are fabbed out of aluminum driveshaft pipe if i remember correctly.
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I am sorry dude but wtf?
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Your render looks terible. Just dump it under the truck.
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Sorry but that is an awful idea.
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