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Well I do believe in my state that stacks will not pass the states inspection if they are put on a pick up truck or any other non 10 wheeler truck. There is a person who I frequently see driving on route 31 in Clinton township NJ who has stacks on his 3/4 ton, but he has a duramax, so it sounds real good!
where are you in jerseyy? and ive seen the smae truck around too
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I vote stacks cause people love to hate them.
Agreed!

And props for putting them on a lowered truck!
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So you gonna put stacks on then?
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I actually have a build thread on it. Its my pops and my companies spokes truck lol. Its for twin stick trucking and Twin Stick Transport. When I have the truck all done I will have the logo on the back window. ps how much did your flappers cost you? I wanna get some lol
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I think like $20 a piece or something at NAPA.
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Sweet and I got hook ups at napa too I should get them for like 15 then lol
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lol So do I so idk about that...
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***** THE HATERS!!! its your truck, do it however the hell you like it. they didnt pay for it... you did. besides, stacks are badass on just about anything. especially if they're rollin' some coal out of 'em. (in your case thats not gonna happen) but i think it would be cool. so i say go for it!
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lol So do I so idk about that...
lol well maybe ill go steal some then dammit
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stacks are cool only if done right and sound good!! Do it, its your truck!! If you like it then who cares what others think
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***** THE HATERS!!! its your truck, do it however the hell you like it. they didnt pay for it... you did. besides, stacks are badass on just about anything. especially if they're rollin' some coal out of 'em. (in your case thats not gonna happen) but i think it would be cool. so i say go for it!
lol. He did ask for opinions...

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Let me here all the goods and allll of the bads you guys think. i know there should be some opinions out there. :P
But I agree, it is his truck and he should do what he likes. I think it would be retarded and I would never do it, but I don't drive it every day either.
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where are you in jerseyy? and ive seen the smae truck around too
Columbia, it's in Warren county where 31 meets 46 area. I see that truck alot driving 31. I sometimes go wheeling in North Annadale and Califon on some feilds down that way. Which just reminds me, it's almost the season to wheel again!
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Im sorry, stack's look weird on anything other than a semi. I hate it when people take deisel's, that are already loud, and stack them making them just painfully loud. Call me crazy but I like a nice low throaty rumble, I dont want the guy 8 blocks over to hear me every time I leave a stop sign.
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I like being LOUD. I'm sure I will grow out of it eventually, but I can always make it quieter. I am actually going to be buying a Di/Do muffler when I get some extra cash, so maybe I'm starting to grow of of the loudness now. If it's too loud, you're too old! lol
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Columbia, it's in Warren county where 31 meets 46 area. I see that truck alot driving 31. I sometimes go wheeling in North Annadale and Califon on some feilds down that way. Which just reminds me, it's almost the season to wheel again!
where do yhou wheel in califon?? i live there hahaha and where in annadale
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where do yhou wheel in califon?? i live there hahaha and where in annadale
We go to a farm right on 513, there is a little entry way. The farm is on both sides, but we ride on the river side of 513. If you pass the doctors office you went too far. The place has been up for sale as of recent, but owners don't mind as long as you stay on the trail which is on the edge of the feilds.

The place in annadale is nothing special too, just a small area located on the corner of Califon Cokesbury and Mt Grove Rd. At the edge of the property it floods and makes one heck of a mud pit to wheel through. The owner doesn't mind as long as you do not ride past where his stand is. Gotta wait till some more rain like this weekend, we are going to get alot of rain. And finally down the road from there is another feild which is also on califon cokesbury rd. It has a preserved farmland sign on it, but you are only allowed to ride in the far back of the feild. You have to ride along side the woodline to get to the back side where marsh and tall grass grows.
Then I we also ride the Pattenberg Quarry which has some good mud puddles, but mostly hard packed. There also is a way to ride through the abandoned train tunnel which goes 1 mile through the moutain and under RT 78. The tunnel is real fun and is also flooded at both ends with a couple ft of water.
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well i know where all the cokebury and mt grove spot are casue i live on mt grove rd. let me know when you head up ill wheel with you cause its right down the road :)
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back in 1978,'79 dodge had the "Little red Express Truck" a full sized 4x2 pickup with a full sized step bed with 2 chrome stacks just behind the cab.

Now those were cool.
I really don't care to go through 6 pages of 'gay gay gay' posts, but I've always loved them lil red express trucks! There's two within 2 miles of my place...grew up gawking at them almost everyday as a youngin'. I would so totally build one up and i would so totally love to rock the remake...

Little Red Truck With Big Boots To Fill - PickupTrucks.com News










The truck is often called the muscle truck of it's day...it was the fastest out then. It made a statement.
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looks good but ive totaly changed my plans for my exhaust lol
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This weekend we are suppose to get a good amount of rain, so those feilds will flood up hopefully. It's pretty much marked where you can wheel there. You will see the taller grass near the road (Cokesbury/Mt Grove). I still think some of mine and my buddies ruts are in there too! I saw them today when I drove by there while on my way to Tewksbury. A few months back I drove by there when we had a ton of rain and the intersection was flooded out real bad, we're talking about a good 4" of standing water and that feild was awesome riding through it! Thats why my ruts from my tires are still able to be seen. LOL....If you decide to go there by yourself anytime since you say you live right on that road, do not ride past the taller grass area, the owner doesn't want the feild all torn up, just stay on the tall grass section only, and watch out for them trees on the Cokesbury side. I once got on the gas real aggressive and was power sliding and came close to hitting one of those threes. The way i usaually enter the feild is I go right around that stand and make a left into the tall grass area. When it pours that section gets nice and muddy and is a real fun awesome area to fling mud. Then I will either do a power slide up by the tree line and floor it back through the mud.

The feild down the road (Cokesbury) which is a 1/4 mile going east, I enter a little past the woodline in between the trees. There is a dip there which you have to go up, so you gotta watch out you don't bottom out if you don't have clearence. Again, stay along side tree line furtherest west of the feild. In the back there you'll see tall grass which gets all swampy that you can do burn outs through and power slides. Also the owner lets us ride in the rear feild, which has a accessable narros dirt road right past where the preserved farmland sign is. Once back there, hang a left and pass a small building and follow the outer edge of the feild and tear into it. He doesn't want his feild torn up as well. You'll see the trail, you can't miss it. He's also cool and lets us wheel at night as long as he or his buddies aren't hunting at night.
Then the 513 place. There is a farm and a road that T's to 513, across from that is the access area to get to the feild on the side the river runs. If you are heading north on 513, you turn onto the dirt path between some trees and then just follow the tracks. That place gets muddy when it rains and has a small creek you ride over. That rear feild after you ride over the small creek is where you can go crazy! when his crop season is all done with he lets us do whatever we want on the feild, donuts, power slides, ect.
The other place is Pattenberg Quarry exit 11 on 78. Take Pattenberg Rd down a couple miles and before train tracks you enter on the right side. Sometimes the gate is open and it is accessable, there is a good amount of dirt trails you can ride. Then if you take the trail down the tracks further, you'll see a 1 mile long in length huge train tunnel. If you got the ***** you ride through the tunnel to get to the other side, once on the other side to the right is the next tunnel which runs parrell to the first tunnel which is an active tunnel. Go into that tunnel, that tunnel is amazing and is no longer in service and has no tracks. It usually has water about 12" in the beginning but as you drive through the tunnel it dries up. Then once you get to the other end it gets deeper with water, like 2'. You'll have a blast in there kid. You can't drive out at the other end cause there is trees and a concrete divider blocking the entrance at that side, so we usually turn around and drive back to the way we came in. You can also access the tunnel from tunnel road "I think it is called".
We are hitting up PA tommorrow, we ride in St Clair on the anthracite reading coal properties which owns about oh 190,000 acres! You want miles and miles of trails to ride? This is the place to go. You need a permit though, but it only cost $100 for an entire year .you get the permit at the Pottsville office in Pottsville PA (200 Mahantoga st) I think I mispelled the street name wrong. Anyway, this place has nice mud bogs and lots of mud! They also have land out in Treverton which I never been to yet, but there is alot of videos on you tube you can see.
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ya next time it rains, not this week end maybe like thursday of next week if its still soggy, you should come dwon i know where all these spots are just would be more comfortable with someone who has hit them before if you know what i mean. so ya this seems like it would be fun so let me know
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It's all cool to wheel there without me or any of my buddies. Any of the property owners would think it's one of us and we are a group of 7. Most of us have multiple different trucks that we wheel with, so if you are afraid of wheelin there alone because they might not reconize your truck there is no need to be. The owner of the corner property on cokesbury mt grove, he wants to put a pond in there down the road to control flooding issues and to have a water feature on his property, so we actually are helping him by breaking the ground up. He's got alot of work to dig that out anyways cause he has a small kubota only.
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ya i might need some pullin out tho, ive only got 31 A/T's haha but ya ill go there sometime thanks for the all the tip on the spots by the way im matt. i'd love to wheel with you when you come down so let me know when you do
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31's would get you through there. It would need to be really soaked there to sink, I never sunk in there past 4-6". It's not what you would consider a swamp swamp, just muddy enough to have lots of fun. It looks all dried up when I drove by it though.
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