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exhaust stack mounting ?

Im thinking of adding a stack to my exhaust system. Im curious as to how others are supporting a stack thru the bed. I'm thinking a mounting point in the bed to support the stack, with a piece of flex exhaust to compensate for frame/body flex. Any input is appreciated

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-99 F350, 7.3, 6 speed, ext cab 6' bed, SRW
4" straight exhaust to 5" stack, cold air intake, turbo master, TS chip, XDP X wheel, AIH delete, Foil delete, 2" leveling kit
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Stacks are dumb for street use.

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