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Old 02-01-2011, 02:57 PM
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Category: Engine - Exhaust
Price: $450
Private or Vendor Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): CA
Item Condition: Used
Engine: Part suitable for gas truck
Part fits:: 1980-1986, 1987-1996, Bronco

Do you have any pictures of the whole setup? Was wanting to see how/where all teh pipes went. Can you see how much it'll cost to ship it all to 24701? Thx
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Pretty damned impossible to get a picture showing the whole layout, but I have some cellphone pix that show how the pipes are routed before the cat. PM me your email and I'll forward them to ya'.
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i got an 86 f250 HD 4x4, ide think about buying them for 250ish...
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i got an 86 f250 HD 4x4, ide think about buying them for 250ish...
Far too low, but thanks.
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sorry if you take my offer as an insult, not how i ment it. i said that price cuz they are used and wrapped. wrapping is not good for headers.
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Never understood the logic there. How is wrapping headers a problem when ceramic coating is not? If the header is made well (as in no thin cheap flanges and tubing; hedman, flowtech, etc) there are no ill effects that I've ever seen.

All I know is keeping the heat in the exhaust means more velocity and scavenging and that I never had sealing, warpage, weld, or rust issues with the headers after wrapping and painting. Plus it keeps underhood temps way down.
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wrapping doesnt let the tubing expand like it should. causes them to crack and warp and what not. eveyone has their own preferences though.
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Say whaaa?? Wrap is flexible... I really don't agree that wrap will prevent metal from expanding and contracting. Maybe if it was a continuous hard and well adhered surface coating, like ceramic, that doesn't flex/stretch much before cracking, it might prevent the metal from expanding.
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