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I finally got my exhaust put on this morning. I put on a Flowmaster 40's deltaflow (single in/dual out). Forgive the crappy camera and the rain I been getting today.
 

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here's another
 

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and again
 

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and here's some under pics
 

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from the other side
 

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last one
 

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The sound is great. It's got that nice throaty rumble, but it's not terribly loud (I wanted kinda mellow b/c tickets are bad.)

I got the tips on ebay. They are stainless for a 1970 Mach 1. Yea, yea, I know some people aren't gonna like that, but you know what :flipoff: them. They look good, they're stainless, and they got the 2" opening like I needed.
 

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Hey tht looks nice. And the other thing is the pipes look like they wont bounce around if you hit a bump. That is the one thing I hate about some split exhaust i have seen on trucks, is the pipes bounce around and it looks stupid. Again nice setup and really nice tips!!!!

Eddie
 

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nice.
 

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Yea I b liking those tips too. I don't care if they're FoundOnRoadDead
tips or not. They look good. I have dual Gibson squares tucked up
close to the bumper. I see you have a hitch. Yep looks real nice.
 

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yup, got to have the hitch. haul too much crap to not have it. This truck is definately earned it's keep by towing the trailer around.
 

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Nice to see a local posting, nice exhaust by the way
 

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Yes, I can get my spare down. I have to let it down about and inch and then swing it over about an inch, but it does come down with ease.
 
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