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Old 02-24-2014, 10:47 PM
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I don't think I'm on the right thing I'm new at this I have a 95 bronco with a 351w in it I want to put long tube headers on it and I'm not sure if I can my truck has the air to manifold I'm not sure what I have to do to put the headers on it can any one help me
I might be a little late of a reply so idk if anyone told you this but I heard that long tube headers aren't so good since it would be boiling your oil if I recall? It was something with oil but I suggest you put in shorty headers.
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33 12.5 tires too big?

I have a 1995 paid 800 bucks for her 302 engine bored .030 over freshly rebuilt trans custom duel sidepipe exhaust is this why it struggels to stay at 70 mph?
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I have a 1995 paid 800 bucks for her 302 engine bored .030 over freshly rebuilt trans custom duel sidepipe exhaust is this why it struggels to stay at 70 mph?
Are you meaning, are the 33 x 12.5" tires the reason?
If so, that depends entirely on what gear ratio you have in your differentials. What is your ratio?
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Are you meaning, are the 33 x 12.5" tires the reason?
If so, that depends entirely on what gear ratio you have in your differentials. What is your ratio?
i dont know the gear ratio as far as i know its stock
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Michiganjfrog, recommend you start a new thread. You will get more responses. Welcome to FTE and the Big Bronco Forum!
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