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Stan Wright

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On my peterbilt they make it a little tighter fitting in the door.

With the heat shield there's no problem with heat.

If you run with your window down, it's louder for sure.

But makes it a lot easier to build your bed with the stacks out-of-the-way.

I have a weed burner on my company truck and I never have liked them. Just my opinion ?

Weed burners to me make a much lower rumble into the cab And stir up a lot of dirt and dust from the ground.

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They are louder and would make it tight getting in on a Century. In my opinion they do not look good on an Aero truck but look good on a classic. I would hate to clean the bugs off all that shiney stuff with holes too. That area gets a lot of bug splatter on the sleeper. We have a weed eater and it us much quieter and we exit out the side near rear wheel so do not get the dust cloud.


I like the look of dual stacks behind the sleeper but deck space is more valuable than looks.


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The Coronado has the side mounted cab exhaust. Hard to find one without! For those that don't know the early Century, Coronado and Columbia share the same cab. I think 2011 or 12 was when it went to a dedicated cab, same time the Cascadia came out.



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Howdy All,


I like the look of the twin side stacks on the Columbia, if I had such a setup on my truck and removed the wings on the rear of the cab I just might be able to carry my Smart Car on the rear deck. I have looked around for the parts to do this in a few truck junk yards and have not found them, I haven't checked what the cost to do this would come to when using new parts but I am sure it would be much more then I am willing to pay.



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