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Old 06-20-2014, 01:40 AM   #13271
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I have mine 67.5'd lol between a 45 and 90, I couldn't decide so I split the difference

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I like that a lot more than the lightening style I had before. When you are cruising how is the sound in the cab?
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Old 06-20-2014, 01:45 AM   #13272
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I like that a lot more than the lightening style I had before. When you are cruising how is the sound in the cab?
Not bad at all, nice rumble, nothing obnoxious
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Old 06-20-2014, 01:53 AM   #13273
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Not bad at all, nice rumble, nothing obnoxious
I figure with your truck being catless and mine being a reg. cab then the volume should be relatively the same. I hope.
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Old 06-20-2014, 10:47 AM   #13274
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It sounds smooth and deep. The glasspacks I have heard dont have the growl that come with this but the only ones I have heard were thrush on a chevy 350... that I am aware of.
Could you get me an exhaust clip? I wanna hear what it sounds like now lol
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Old 06-20-2014, 11:24 AM   #13275
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Mounted an N-Fab light bar om bumper
(about 2hrs includes opening 6 pack, thinking, layout, and labor)

Mounted 2 long range KC Dayliters in the center, and 2 KC Dayliters on the ends.
Mounted 2 switches
(the rest of the day, Beer,thinking again, another beer, mounting relays, another beer, routing wires, another beer, taping, zip ties, wire looms, etc...)

Should I paint the covers black?

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Should I paint the covers black?
I would definitely paint the covers black
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Update with pics

Mounted an N-Fab light bar om bumper
(about 2hrs includes opening 6 pack, thinking, layout, and labor)

Mounted 2 long range KC Dayliters in the center, and 2 KC Dayliters on the ends.
Mounted 2 switches
(the rest of the day, Beer,thinking again, another beer, mounting relays, another beer, routing wires, another beer, taping, zip ties, wire looms, etc...)

Should I paint the covers black?
I'd take them off or get stone guards
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You guys want to talk about rusted Mufflers and exhausts... Let me get a picture of my old exhaust. Had to cut it with a reciprocating saw to get it off.
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You guys want to talk about rusted Mufflers and exhausts... Let me get a picture of my old exhaust. Had to cut it with a reciprocating saw to get it off.
To remove the exhaust on my highboy all I had to do was cut some baling wire and pull it to the rear of the truck
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Could you get me an exhaust clip? I wanna hear what it sounds like now lol
I suppose I can. It might have to be tomorrow when I get some spare time though.
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