On Sunday I was pulled over on the interstate by a state trooper. "Sir, I pulled you over because your exhaust is in violation of the law." He said, you can't have a glasspack(which I do)...but then he looked under my truck and said...well, um, I see you left your muffler on and put a glasspack on after it. I happily agreed with him - realizing he thought my cat. was a muffler. So, then he started to check other stuff. He had me test my freaking parking brake on the side of the freeway. My truck didn't budge an inch. Cop said...thank you, some people don't reattach the parking brake after a lift (funny, I never had to disconnect mine). Then, he said...I also stopped you because I didn't see you wearing your seatbelt. My older brother who was with me blew up at that remark because we wear our seatbelts 100% of the time. My bro said...No, we always wear our seatbelts...so don't even try to tell us we weren't. The cop wasn't very pleased with that "challenge" and all I could think was...thanks bro. So, since he didn't have anything on me yet, he said...your exhaust tips extend past the end of the framerails. Well, they don't extend past the bumper, which is pretty much the end of the framerails, so I think he was kind of stretching for that one. Then the cop said...ok, Wisconsin law says you can't make the exhaust of a vehicle louder than stock. That one he got me on, because my truck definitely is that. So, I got a 14 day warning to get it repaired. I don't have to prove I fixed it in person because the cop trusts me (he actually did say that). So, what am I going to do? Next week my truck's going to the shop for a Series 40 Flowmaster MUFFLER and dual pipes turned outward right behind the rear wheels without cheesy chrome tips. Eat that...crappy exhaust rules. /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gifSorry, just had to vent...seeing as how as I was pulled over, about 9 other trucks wizzed by with their glasspacks and "too-long" tips.