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Does anyone know if there is a complete kit to install dual exhaust on a 2004 Granite CV713? I'm wanting to install one with the muffler, heat guard, and grab handle, just like the passenger side. Thanks in advance

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11 hours ago, storkmack said:

We unfortunately have a granite with dual exhaust.   I will get you the VIN and order what you need.  

Why unfortunately,if don’t mind me asking?

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Agree with this. Always like a "single stack in the back" and usually on the passenger side to stay away from the noise myself.

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Dog.jpg.487f03da076af0150d2376dbd16843ed.jpgPlodding along with no job nor practical application for my existence, but still trying to fix what's broke.

 

 

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He quit 2 years later and wasn’t big on washing or polishing, or even showing up to work on time.  We still have the truck, it is the first AI motor that we converted back to a normal ETech.  She’s a beast now. 

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Yup dual exhaust is just  a fashion Statement ! Not a Necessary money making item ! Want to make money keep it Simple! If you want a designer truck For looks Get your self A Pete! 

Just an opinion!

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40 minutes ago, fjh said:

Yup dual exhaust is just  a fashion Statement ! Not a Necessary money making item ! Want to make money keep it Simple! If you want a designer truck For looks Get your self A Pete! 

Just an opinion!

So you can look good coming in on a wrecker?????

 

Sorry, old habits die hard.....

Dog.jpg.487f03da076af0150d2376dbd16843ed.jpgPlodding along with no job nor practical application for my existence, but still trying to fix what's broke.

 

 

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I think the other side of the coin for this is sometimes it takes a bit of “flash” to attract drivers to a company.  If you rely on hiring drivers to keep your trucks moving a few bucks for accessories may mean the difference between a truck parked making no money and a truck with wheels turning.  Quality drivers are still tough to come by. 

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Don’t get me wrong, I want the trucks to look good.    I have interviewed guys that only “drive Pete’s”, then why did you come in?  If a driver is only attracted to the job  by a long hood and chrome, he’s not a guy I want to hire.   

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On 2/7/2021 at 9:24 AM, fjh said:

Yup dual exhaust is just  a fashion Statement ! Not a Necessary money making item ! Want to make money keep it Simple! If you want a designer truck For looks Get your self A Pete! 

Just an opinion!

I've always been a dual exhaust guy, always. If it's considered a "fashion statment", then it's a statement about me and my company. I know it has it's cons, and makes no more money, but its just something I like. I wash and polish my trucks regularly and am known in my area for having some of the cleanest well taken care of older trucks. And as far as buying a Pete?? Please.............

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I had bought a used CH613 with dual exhaust.  Complete pain the ass. DISCLAIMER: Chicago winters not good for trucks and I haul bulk road salt.  Anyway, the Y or T pipe always rotted out, the elbows always rotted out.  Was replacing parts of the exhaust system every 2 years.  By 2020 I couldn't get the right parts for dual exhaust....so converted back to single.  It came from the factory with single exhaust.

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