Lots of folks exit the sides in front of the rear tires (especially with fenderwell headers) Tends to be a little noiser for the driver/passenger than an exit behind the tires. More pipe and labor in an exit behind the tires, and pretty much need to go inside the frame rails to avoid issues with tires. Side exit will help with airflow sucking stuff back in from the rear.
1981 Cherokee W/T, 360, T-18, Warn 8274 in custom bumper/deer strainer (tested and approved)
1988 Cherokee 4 door, 3" Rancho lift, custom sliders/steps, custom roof rack, custom camo paint, custom camo headliner, custom bumpers and Warn 9500 HS, 31-10.50's
Only 31's, but can drag self with either rig
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Wolfpack 4x4's - Region 5 - "Cave Lupum"
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