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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-29-2007, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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Were is a good plave to buy header materials flanges bends ?
It looks as if I will be making the for my truck.
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Maybe this will help you out...

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Re: header materials

How come you have to make them? Can't you find any alreadymade?

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Yep I did use the serch and found the header flanges you showed but still lokling for bends collectors.
I built them for my 496 in a 1980 mustang and for my 1967 bronco but the supplier Jim Boak South wester machine passed away a few years ago, so here I am.
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try schoenfield headers.

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I've used Stahl Headers (717) 846-1632 in the past . I usually buy a header mis-bent kit in the size pipe I'm going to use. They send you more then enough bent pipes to make two sets of headers. They also have header flange kits for most heads on hand.

I just wish they had they pipes Aluminized . I'm going to have to check to see if they have Stainless steel pipes on hand.




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Burns has stainless(949) 631-5120

Chassis Shop has donuts any size (800) 530-9494

Headers by ED (612) 729-2802 carfull Ed likes to talk

Great companies all.

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Stans Headers...

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

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Most all of the chassis places sell the j bends or donuts. I like to deal with A.R.T. out of Florida. I've had nothing but good luck with them.

Tim with The Fab Shop posts on here. He's got nice stuff.

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