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I'm going to respond with my true opinion.

I will keep my stacks on my gas truck and carry on my dads tradition, knowing that nobody else has an exhaust like mine. =]
Besides me real soon.
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Besides me real soon.
mine will always be different. unless you happen to make yours out of aluminum CVPI driveshafts.
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ha

yea thats a new one..
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he he i want this ranger or just his motor, 4bt cummins anyone?
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3163756
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he he i want this ranger or just his motor, 4bt cummins anyone?
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3163756

I'm sorry, that Ranger is played up WAYYYY too much.

The original Ranger with a 4BT was a grey reg cab short bed 93 with D60's under it.

I wanted to do it, till everyone else saw that yellow one and now, I'll stick with my 4.0L thank you

Also, Stacks on a gasser, no issue, just so long as it has a killer note to it, which while I love the sound of my Ranger, I'd rather hear the sound of american V8 if I had stacks.
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lol, the guy that has that yellow cummins ranger is a local guy. Creative for sure... I have never got to get up close to really check it out though.

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definitely more expensive..

WAY more expensive, and more on top of that if its built right.
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With that cummins i'd box the frame and put a 4 link in.
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I'm going to respond with my true opinion.

If it is your vehicle, do what you please. There are no rules saying that a vehicle must be a diesel to have stacks. Stacks were on gas truck before they were on diesel drag trucks anyway. Who is to say that is the only place they belong? there are a lot of mods that people do to their vehicle that serve no purpose at all. They do them because they want to. If i wanted to be just like everyone else i would have dual chrome tips out the rear or a Flowmaster dumped over the axle, but i like to be different. I like having things that no one, or not many people have done.

I will keep my stacks on my gas truck and carry on my dads tradition, knowing that nobody else has an exhaust like mine. =]
LOL, hell yeah, my friend had a 1984 F150, 300 straight 6, 4 speed bulldog transmission. We had a 5" stack on it, it was fun to beat around in haha.
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Flame on haters.
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looks like a couple of household ventelation stacks
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looks like a couple of household ventelation stacks
Thanks! They are 3 1/2" aluminum driveshafts.
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Thanks! They are 3 1/2" aluminum driveshafts.
Are you planning on cutting them down any?
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Are you planning on cutting them down any?
I haven't decided yet. i want to because i know i will hit a tree limb with them out on the trail, but i don't want to because i love all of the funny looks that i get.
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I haven't decided yet. i want to because i know i will hit a tree limb with them out on the trail, but i don't want to because i love all of the funny looks that i get.
I imagine you get plenty of em.
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I imagine you get plenty of em.
Haha yeah. i will probably cut them off about 6" over the cab though.
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you should give em the donkey ear look he he
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you should give em the donkey ear look he he
haha, i'll pass on that one.
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imo i like stacks. heh just dont froget guys cover em up when it rains and ur not driving..... having soot cannons sucks haha.
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imo i like stacks. heh just dont froget guys cover em up when it rains and ur not driving..... having soot cannons sucks haha.
I have rain caps on mine. Black specs all over the truck suck.
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Tie some tubing into them so it looks like a roll bar.
That would be kind of cool
Stealth stacks
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I have rain caps on mine. Black specs all over the truck suck.
i was helping a friend try to get a cat 980 bucket loader started after it had sat for a few monthes in the rain. i got the full brunt of soot and crap from the 6" pipe old pos
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i was helping a friend try to get a cat 980 bucket loader started after it had sat for a few monthes in the rain. i got the full brunt of soot and crap from the 6" pipe old pos
haha, niiice.
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cut them off like 2 inches about the roof more stream line
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put some smiley faces on the rain caps lol thatl make people laugh when you gas it lil faces would pop up lol id probly laugh my lil *** off if you did that
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put some smiley faces on the rain caps lol thatl make people laugh when you gas it lil faces would pop up lol id probly laugh my lil *** off if you did that
haha, i might actually do that. good idea.
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