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pics of dual exhaust set up exiting infront of rear tire

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by bigoltrux77, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. bigoltrux77

    bigoltrux77 1/2 ton status

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    Just as the post says...anyone got pics of true duals exiting in front of the rear wheels? thanks
     
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    I can post some tomorrow (hafta take 'em first)
     
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    Thanks alot
     
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    Here ya go

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    im sorry i guess i wasnt very clear in my orginal post.I meant the exhaust tips come out like at a 45' angle infront of the rear tires. My bad Skigirl.
     
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    Yea, that's a more interesting problem.
     
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    Ive got that on my 68 PU. I can take pics tommarow if you want?
     
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    i appreciate it
     
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    Just in case you didn't figure this out already ... If you 4x4'ing it you will squish the pipe between the ground anf the frame
     
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    heres the pics I took. its a basic design for duals. sorry but its 2wd which is why its so low. hope these help.

    DVC00177.JPG

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    DVC00175.JPG
     
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    Is there space for the pipe to cross under the frame rail in the front where it curves up at the engine? The pipe crossing at the rear would certainly be problematic.
     
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    Here's my dad's truck. Sorry for the phone pic quality.

    Wait a sec that didn't work.

    Sorry I'll put it up later with a good pic.
     
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    Nope ... the issue there is that it's got to be far enough to the back to clear the front springs so that would be far enough back to get squished to ... on a DD that only sees limited 4x4'ing, not a problem
     

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