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460 Ford Truck Conversion headers

Set of 460 Ford truck conversion headers. Stans headers custom built. Tri Y design. Chrome.

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The headers fit mid 70s ford trucks.
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2WD, 4WD? Auto, manual? Floor or column shift? There is a difference.
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Put some specs up, I might be interested, tube diameter, collector diameter, full length or shortys, chassis exit or fenderwell exit, new or used, 2wd, 4wd, dana 60 or 44 front axle, auto or manual, conversion headsr or for a factory equipped 460.

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http://www.stans-headers.com/ford_headers.htm

Heres the link. Part # 244Y-L-14
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Heres the link. Part # 244Y-L-14
244Y-L-14, 75-76 Pickups (4WD) F250 352-390 1,5,9,10 650.00

Is your part # correct? 352-390.

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FE headers

Look like fe headers to me...390...352...
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yeah my 460s have the bolt holes in the side next tothe port, not above and below the port. Afraid they are FE headers, sorry I am not interested.

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Yep, they're FE headers. They made alot of tri Y's for them back in the day. And from the look of the length, they're for a Hi-Boy.
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Sorry My bad 246Y-Low. There bolted to my 460
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I have that set very well made. Fit good.
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flange

cj flange or standard?
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Are your headers still available? Did we figure out what years truck they fit? I need a set for a 1969 F-100-2-wheel drive. Thanks.
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They will fit 69 100s
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