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Old 07-31-2014, 08:21 PM
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I'd recommend not buying them, although it was about $30 in parts it's a real time consumer. Should have built a jig!


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If I where you I would have tried to weld as much as I could wile it the headers where in the vehicle. I know the passenger side would be a pain, but the drivers side would be easy.
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I welded the 3 to 2.5" reducers out of the truck so I could tig them. I fitted the pipe from the drivers side to y in the truck.
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