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Old 05-19-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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5 in. tips?

Has anyone on here put a dual exhaust with 5 in. tips? i know an adapter would need to be used but I'm wondering what would be the best exhaust to go with for this project. thanks for any help.
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Old 05-19-2012, 07:48 PM   #3
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5" tips on a Tacoma would be the ultimate in poser bro.

They're big on a Chevy 2500... would be dumb on a Taco.
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Old 05-19-2012, 07:51 PM   #4
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I was just wondering cause i have a set of dual 5 in tips from my brothers exhaust he bought for his powerstroke and I want to use them
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5" tips on a Tacoma would be the ultimate in poser bro.

They're big on a Chevy 2500... would be dumb on a Taco.
Dual 7" are the right size for a diesel in my opinion, i was just asking if anyone has done it
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Waaaaaaaaaaaayyyy to big for a taco. All you'll gain is less ground clearance. And imo it would just look weird.
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Old 05-19-2012, 07:59 PM   #7
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Dual 7" are the right size for a diesel in my opinion, i was just asking if anyone has done it
Ya... if you combine it with 22" wheels, 33" tires, 15" of lift, a set of train horns and a flat-billed ballcap with Monster stickers.
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I went from a f250 diesel with a 7in stack on it to a tacoma so im used to a bigger truck thats why i wanted to know if anyone has ever put 5in tips on a tacoma
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I went from a f250 diesel with a 7in stack on it to a tacoma so im used to a bigger truck thats why i wanted to know if anyone has ever put 5in tips on a tacoma
It's your truck. Enjoy.

Oh and the title made me think you were asking for tips in a different department....
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Old 05-21-2012, 07:19 PM   #11
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Ya... if you combine it with 22" wheels, 33" tires, 15" of lift, a set of train horns and a flat-billed ballcap with Monster stickers.
well my F250 has a 6" lift with 37" tires, 22" rims and a dual exhaust with 6" tips and they are still small on the truck..so that truck you just described sounds like a truck from cali and i would hate to see that riding around cause i would damn near piss myself from laughing so hard
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