Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Bellingham, WA
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Re: Rain and stacks
just drill a small 1/4" weep hole at the lowest point of your exhaust. it's small enough that barely any exhaust will escape, and it will allow water to drain from the exhaust so that it doesn't throw *puddles* of soot everywhere!
2002 F250 SuperCab Longbed CUMMINS 6Spd True Blue
40" Toyo MT's, KMC XD Rockstar 20x12, 12" Lift, Donahoe Racing Signiture Resevoirs, PSC Hydraulic Assist with X-Over Steering, Dynatrac Superduty Combo Kit, Velvet ride Shackles, 4.11 Yukon Gears, Dana 80 Swap with ARB Locker, SSBC V10 8 Piston Caliper Brakes, SBC DD Pulling Clutch, Custom 5" Turbo Back Straight Pipe, Autometer Ultra Lites, Line X, Warn Hubs, AMP Research Power Steps, Retrax Tonneau, Blitz TT, Kenwood System w/JL12W6, 6000K HIDs, Flames by KC Customs, Road Armor Bumpers Front and Rear with PIAAs and Hellas.
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2003 Cummins ISBe Common Rail - ARP Studs, VGT Twin setup, ATS 3-piece, Smarty Programmer, Edge EZ, F1 Diesel Flux 2 Sticks and Cam, Floor It Diesel Stage 2 CP3.
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