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WTB Headers for a 460 in a PU.

I need a good used set of headers for a 78 F250 4X with auto.

What are the opinions about fenderwell vs chassis exit headers? I was thinking fenderwell exit until I got to looking closer. I don't want to cut up the fenderwells.
I was thinking chassis exit, but there isn't a lot of room there, and the pass. side will be right next to the starter. (Heat kills starters.)
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I don't have any for sell, but I have run chassis and fenderwell, and I like my fenderwell, they are Maddog ordered thru broncograveyard.com, the only problem with mine are turning raidious, I run 38.5X11.00 Boggers.

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I have a set of Stan's Tri-Y's that are chassis exit I would let go for 225+ shipping, I don't know if they will fit an automatic.


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Are those Stan's the model 248Y? Look like they would fit a 2x4.
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I'll take em digger, if you can find out if they'll fit my need.
I figure you know the specs on these, + you have Stan's ph.#. (I don't)
I can't tell by looking at the pics, but I'd say it'd be close.
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I wonder if they would fit my 81 F150 truck?? If so I may be interested.. I need a good set of long tubes for my new 472. My old ones are wore out.

What is the diff between fender exit and chassis exit?

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fender exit are shorties, chassis exit are long tube. shorties are better for high rpm, chassis exit are better for torque.

just another dual quad 545 :-)
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fender exit are shorties, chassis exit are long tube. shorties are better for high rpm, chassis exit are better for torque.

My fender exit headers are not shorties.

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theyre still shorter than the chassis exit
ok... chassis exit the collector is inside the frame (chassis) fender exit the collector is outside the frame. better definition?

just another dual quad 545 :-)
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My fenderwell headers are longer than my chassis exit headers.
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My fenderwell headers are longer than my chassis exit headers.
Now that's what I'm talking about. 8)

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Digger,
Thanks for the link, but I'll need the part # off your headers.
If they're for a dodge, I'll have to call stans to see if they'll fit.
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