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  1. I’m looking at purchasing a ‘22 Elevation. Unfortunately the truck I’m looking at isn’t equipped with the dual exhaust/bumper, which is what I want. It just has the regular pipe out the side. Does anyone know if the dealer can swap out the bumper and add the dual exhaust?
  2. I opted for the LT over the Trail Boss, and did not get the dual exhaust. Am trying to find an exhaust manufacturer; stainless steel 3" who makes a split pipe setup out of the muffler. I love the sound presently, and simply want something that works and looks like a dual mode. Yes, I realize it would not be a "true" dual system, but I don't need that. I recently ordered a split 3" adapter, some 45's, and 90's and was going to make my own. And, from the looks of things, I may just have to. I have a pretty good shop here on my property, but would really prefer a complete mandrel setup. I also like the OEM side exit on the rig right now. Any ideas or positive suggestion(s) would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Hi I had my Denali truck shipped from W.V. to here in North Carolina because apparently the Blue Denali is a rare color to find already. I also wasn't a fan of the Black Chrome 22" rims so I got the 2009 version 8 spoke 22" rims to match all my chrome trim. I had a 18" MAGNAFLOW one in,two out dual exhaust straight out the back. I love the choice and we are enjoying it so far!
  4. I have a 2003 GMC Sierra 4X4 with the 5.3L Vortec. It has the stock single exhaust on it. I want to convert it to true dual exhaust so it's it straight back from the manifolds. I also want glasspack exhaust, although I am open to suggestions. I want it to rumble all the time and then really sound amazing when stomping on it. Now I don't want it to be quite as loud and obnoxious as a straight pipe Harley, but it must have a nice low rumble. If anyone knows of a kit that can give me true dual pipes without any mufflers I would be interested. I am really liking the sounds of the true cherrybomb (or like) glasspacks. I've used them on other cars and SUV's before and really liked the sounds I got out of them.
  5. Just finished installing my dual exhaust kit from truckexhaustkits.com. I went with a Flowmaster 50 Series Delta Flow muffler, 2.5" mandrel bent pipes, and 3" rolled edge stainless tips straight out the back. It sounds frickin sweet!!! I'm glad I went with the 50 Series. I had contemplated going with the 40 but after hearing this one I am so glad I didn't. The 50 Series is moderately loud but it won't wake the neighbors which is what I was going for. As for truckexhaustkits.com...I'm not sure I would go with them again. The kit was not very user friendly to install. I am an ASE Certified Mater Technician and it took me 3.5 hrs to install. The kit came with no instructions at all. I think they need to give some more thought to the hangers. The kit comes with 4 "universal" hangers. However I could not find anywhere to put the last 2. I got 1 on each pipe way at the back but there was nowhere to even come close to mounting the other 2 that were supplied. I will have to crawl back under there this weekend and see if I can find a good spot for them. I realize they are trying to make 1 kit fit as many applications as possible but I think it would do them well to offer more specific kits. (or at least instructions that give recommended hanger locations for a specific vehicle) Overall I am happy with how it looks and sounds but next time I may go a different route.
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