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Post by teking on Nov 11, 2006, 5:48pm

Anyone got good close up pics of the mount points for the tailpipe fording stack. If I mount it where I think it needs to go the pipe ends up about 3 inches to far back at the bottom. I can't connect it to the tail pipe. But if i mount it 3 inches forward it gets in the way of the troop seat drops and bed cover tie down.

I do have all new stock pipes .... ?????????
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The book shows this shot...hope it helps....

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Post by socal715 on Nov 13, 2006, 5:03pm

I would post a pic of what i did.. but i ran mine on the drivers side. Sorry.
 

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