Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: San Diego, CA
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
if you want to put the stack on the out side of the bed, you have to go down and under the frame rail. It requires more bends and more plumbing. It also is a catch point, like in a car wash or brush or parking bollard and it lowers your ground clearance at the point the pipe goes under the frame rail. It can be done and I have seen it on a couple of flat bed trucks. good luck and hope it works for you.
I do understand why you want to go outside the box, with your role top it would make it a challenge. I am pretty happy with my exhaust exiting our the passenger side rear corner....right into the widow of my favorite rice rocket.....but that is another story.
Late 99 SD PS CC SB 4x4 Lariat. 7.3l TS 6xchip Stock-140hp , Banks 6gun, Full Banks Gauges, 4"SS turbo back exhaust, UMP Intake w/ Donaldson Filter, Auburn posi F&R 3.73, ATS Trans W/ 5Star converter and CoPilot, 18k trans cooler, Dynatrac FreeSpin front hub kit, ITP oil X over, ITP boost regulator, Aero Fuel Tanks Replacement 55 Gallon tank, New timing cover,oil pan,oil cooler, water pump,turbo petastel, reman HPOP, new fuel filter housing, slotted brakes all 4 corners W/ Ceramic pads, Adjustable trac-bar, Front 1.5" level kit only. 226,000 miles 10/1/09 Best mpg 27.3..Norm city 15 mpg hwy 20+
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