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Old 07-21-2014, 07:16 PM   #14301
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Either the M/T classics, or some pro comps. I don't know what my trucks bolt pattern is though, how do I find that out? I think I read on a part of the forum it's 5x135?
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Either the M/T classics, or some pro comps. I don't know what my trucks bolt pattern is though, how do I find that out? I think I read on a part of the forum it's 5x135?
yes, if it's just the regular 5 lug truck, 5x135.
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Alright thank you! I learn something new everyday haha
What is y'all's opinion on flow masters? I'm looking into getting a complete kit, but what would the best one be? I'm looking for the aggressive sound.
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Alright thank you! I learn something new everyday haha
What is y'all's opinion on flow masters? I'm looking into getting a complete kit, but what would the best one be? I'm looking for the aggressive sound.
don't buy a full kit, buy a muffler or 2 etc and get an exhaust shop to build you a system.

magnaflow's products are fantastic for a good deal on quality work, for "screw the money I want the best", borla is a really good name
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Alright thank you! I learn something new everyday haha
What is y'all's opinion on flow masters? I'm looking into getting a complete kit, but what would the best one be? I'm looking for the aggressive sound.
After running flowmaster and switching to magnaflow I won't go back. Maggie's have such a better sound. It's a quieter now at idle, but when you're on it it's a higher quality tone and doesn't cackle or drone.
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don't buy a full kit, buy a muffler or 2 etc and get an exhaust shop to build you a system.

magnaflow's products are fantastic for a good deal on quality work, for "screw the money I want the best", borla is a really good name
x2 you can have them put you a system together so much cheaper than a bolt on kit
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x2 you can have them put you a system together so much cheaper than a bolt on kit
and a better product to top it off if it's a good shop
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I'll have to look more into it. I didn't think it would be as nice compared to a complete kit.
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I'll have to look more into it. I didn't think it would be as nice compared to a complete kit.
It's better really, it's all custom bent and set up for your truck and fully welded not just clamped together. It's not a one size fits all thing, it's one size fits yours, and it's set up exactly how you want it.
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I'll have to look more into it. I didn't think it would be as nice compared to a complete kit.
the box systems aren't great. even a simple muffler replacement with otherwise stock exhaust is a worthwhile option.
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