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Old 08-30-2013, 08:21 AM
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Well i got the header in and while taking out the manifolds i found the annoy broken manifold bolt that was causing the leak. The quality of build on the headers was about 6 times better than i expected everything was was excellently tig welded together and fit up perfectly to the truck. there was 2 low points for this headers though, i think they sent me the wrong cross over pipe that run from the drivers side header behind the transfer case, it was 2 inches short to get around the transfer case so i had to cut it and weld in a 2 inch stainless extension, also on that same pipe the rear o2 sensor is is point towards the outside of the exhaust making it really weird angle to get at, but i cut the pipe spun it around to the correct position and every thing is working beautifully.
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