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People with shackles......

how many of you have had to cut your tail pipe off, on my old ranger i had to cut it off but it was an aftermarket, with a stock tailpipe do you have to cut it off cause i really dont want to, thats pretty much the only thing keeping me from getting them.....
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ehh you dont need a stock exhaust anyways
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I hope I don't have to redo my exhaust again!
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I didn't have to cut mine. It was real close but it never rubbed.
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thats what i keep looking at, it looks like it may clear but im just not sure....
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im cleared just fine,i cut it cause it hung down from the BL.
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was that before or after the superlift???
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After..it was close but it did clear with no problems. It looks better anyway cut flush with the frame.
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do you run the blocks or any other type of lift in the rear???
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i did shackles and aal. you use the factory block also.
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i cut my **** with the rcd shackles
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well the rcd shackles are like 3 inches longer than the drop shackles, your def going to have to cut the tail pipe with those.......
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mine was a really tight fit but it works
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