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Good Downpipe??

Im having a custom exhaust built for the truck...what downpipe should i get?? what is the best 4 inch out there for the price?? Thanks, Jason

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Re: Good Downpipe??

I would get a 4" Stainless downpipe from MBRP.

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Re: Good Downpipe??

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I would get a 4" Stainless downpipe from MBRP.

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Use the cloudy discount code for a better deal.

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I will second that. I got my 4" SS MBRP from bobcat and it was a good fit and finish to the pipe. Good service too. I was looking at a 4" aluminized one online, but by the time I added shipping I was less than $20 than the total cost of the SS MBRP and shipping from him.

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Re: Good Downpipe??

Is there a difference in the 3.5 & 4" from an installation stand point? [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]

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Is there a difference in the 3.5 & 4" from an installation stand point? [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]

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I don't really think so.. They are both one piece and are fairly easy to put in once you get them situated.
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Re: Good Downpipe??

i think im gona go with an aluminized since im in texas and dont have to worry about salt and all that...there really isnt a diff between the two besides that is there??

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i think im gona go with an aluminized since im in texas and dont have to worry about salt and all that...there really isnt a diff between the two besides that is there??

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Nope.
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are there any special adaptors needed to install a 3.5 dp to a stock exhaust?

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