Tractor Muffler- Redneck Solution?
My dad back in the day says that they used to slap tractor mufflers on their trucks as performance mufflers. Tractor mufflers are about $25 to $40, while a 40 series flowmaster is about $75 or more.
I want to get a more agressive sound out of my ranger and am thinking of putting one of these tractor mufflers on from the farm store. My stock muffler has the shields coming off of it so it rattles atm but this is an easy fix, way easier than putting on a diff muffler altogether. I would probably put a broad tip on the tailpipe which is behind the rear passenger tire as well while I am down there.
Any opinions on this? Should I do it or shouldn't I?
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Truck: 1998 Ford Ranger SC 2.5L 4 cyl 5 spd
Mods- 195/60R15 Cooper Cobra Tires on stock rims
System: HU- Eclipse CD8454, 2 Dayton RS180 7" midbass, Optimus 3" Horn Tweets hotglued to the dash, 3 12" JL W6v1's downfiring sealed, PPI PCX2200 @ 4 ohms, Alpine MRV-F545 mids and highs, 2 layers of Raamat on the doors.
What's in Store:
2 more Dayton RS180 7" midbass, 2 Bolender Grabender Neo planar tweets