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|Okay so there is no room between the t case and the frame rail and then the fuel tank for you to run a pipe, so my guess is you would need to run drivers pipe across the trans and over to the pass side, then to the rear, and then back over to the drivers side to exit....? It would be easier if both pipes exit the pass side..
That would still be a TIGHT fit
Now there are PLENTY of Rangers out there with dual exhaust, very few of them are 4x4..
You could run both pipes out the side on the passenger side, but the range gives you some "space challenges" since you have a midship fuel tank, a huge transfer case, a front driveshaft and possibly a spare tire under the back to deal with.
Outboard the frame rails? Maybe
Run both dual pipes down the passenger side, more possible...but true duals? Maybe, not alot of room.
I always use a single exhaust on these trucks because of those reasons.
Last edited on Thu Sep 26th, 2019 03:32 pm by 410customs
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