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About how long do they generally last? What brand can I trust?
 

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yeah does anyone know about electric cut outs?
 

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I do.
 

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I think I will, can't beat a 4 year warranty. Thei site is pritty cool. Looks like a good buy!
 

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Mitch check out the DHM website!!!
 

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I just put mine on the other afternoon and let me tell you, you will not be disappointed. The sound is quite unbelievable. It actually sounds as powerful as it really is.

If you plan on doing the wiring by yourself give yourself a good couple of hours to do the work.
 

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Fender963 said:
If you plan on doing the wiring by yourself give yourself a good couple of hours to do the work.
Why so long?
 

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Why so long?
Cause that's how long it took me. It took me a good half an hour to get those damn nuts on the bolts, they were so freaking tight, even after lubing them up. Plus I took my time since I had never dealt with or done any modifications on a dodge truck before. Then add in a trip to home depot to by extra wire.
 

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Where did you place the cut out, how far before your cat?
 

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he put it on the custom cross over pipe he had the shop put on which connects the driver's side and passenger's side manifold pipes together. Basically making the "H" on a H-pipe. so he only has 1 cutout not 2. and it is before the cats.
 

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KaPPaBaLL said:
he put it on the custom cross over pipe he had the shop put on which connects the driver's side and passenger's side manifold pipes together. Basically making the "H" on a H-pipe. so he only has 1 cutout not 2. and it is before the cats.
Thats me.
 

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Watch out. Some of those have issuies with the butterfly coming loose and needing constant maintenance.
 

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Use some locktite....
 

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KaPPaBaLL said:
loctite.. the good stuff. mmMMMmmm taste good
I'll just take your word for it...
 

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Fender963 said:
Cause that's how long it took me. It took me a good half an hour to get those damn nuts on the bolts, they were so freaking tight, even after lubing them up. Plus I took my time since I had never dealt with or done any modifications on a dodge truck before. Then add in a trip to home depot to by extra wire.
I got the quicktime cutout and it came with 15' of wire. I put the cutout right under the passenger door, ran the wire along the framerail and up through the cab under the passenger seat. Then, under the carpet, under the doorsill plate to the firewall, then under the dash to the switch that I mounted under the ashtray. I ended up with 2 or 3' of wire coiled under the dash.
 

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I got the quicktime cutout and it came with 15' of wire. I put the cutout right under the passenger door, ran the wire along the framerail and up through the cab under the passenger seat. Then, under the carpet, under the doorsill plate to the firewall, then under the dash to the switch that I mounted under the ashtray. I ended up with 2 or 3' of wire coiled under the dash.
I did the same thing.....IDENTICAL!!! :rck:
 
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