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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-06-2017, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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I am looking for headers for my 460 that is transplanted into a 82 Jeep J10 pickup. I currently have a set EFI's that took me some time to track down about 10 years ago (mid length block hugger w/ 1 5/8 primary 3" collector) but now I am going with a TFS head that has requires CJ flanges although I know some oval port flanges can be ground to fit a CJ. So my question is where would you guys suggest I look for a set of med to full length headers of any material coated or uncoated with 2" primaries 3 1/2 collector and if possible a CJ flange that are block hugger in profile? I have been able to find some shorties and fender exits that are close to this description but I would like to keep this between the frame rails. I have done a lot of checking with the usual suspects (summit, hedman, sanderson) but no luck. I appreciate an help on this one.

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i run a set of ford powertrain apps. in a 59 ford monster with a 514 ...they were meant for mustang II suspension and they are shortys but they fit great..1 and 7/8 primary with 3" collectors
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i run a set of ford powertrain apps. in a 59 ford monster with a 514 ...they were meant for mustang II suspension and they are shortys but they fit great..1 and 7/8 primary with 3" collectors
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Thanks, I will check them out tomorrow.
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You might want to give Sanderson Headers a call
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I used L&L headers in my '66 Bronco. The frame should be very similar to the jeep. Mine were the fenderwell headers for the big bronco/F150 460 swaps.

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I checked out their site and didn't see anything that anything that matched but I call them anyway they might point me in the right direction. Thanks!
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