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Old 07-19-2010, 10:34 PM
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4 - 6 hours for the do it yourself kind of guy, a bit less for a shop.

Good gaskets (such as the MOPAR gaskets or Earl's Pressure Master seals from Summit) make a huge difference in avoiding leaks.

Also, a good set of fasteners are a must. Many folks run into sealing problems with stock fasteners as they try to back out of the hole.

Try a set of Stage 8 fasteners when you install the headers. Once they are in, torqued one more time after installation and the clips installed, they will not back out!

You'll find that the driver's side will be a bit easier than the passenger side, especially from the top. Some shops will put the headers in from the underside depending on how much clearance they have to work the part in from the topside.
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